^ Yeah, the numbers for last year haven't been released yet, but when they are, Disney and Ocean Park will have taken a massive hit. I wouldn't be surprised to see a reduction of around 20%, or maybe even more.
That's last year though because of the protests. At least the parks were open. This year will also be appalling because of the virus. They've already missed out on Chinese New Year, which is one of their busiest periods, and even when they do reopen, tourists aren't going to be coming back to Hong Kong for a while, and locals will still be worried about being with crowds of people.
I don't know honestly. The park is closed, but I don't think that would affect construction crews. Construction work elsewhere (right opposite my f**king building for example) is carrying on as normal. If anything, they might even be taking advantage of it.