Disneyland Paris has made the first notable concession to its almost universal policy of wearing face masks in the public areas of its parks and resort, by allowing guests to remove their masks for photos at the designated Disney character Selfie Spots.
France has extended the use of its “pass sanitaire” health (or sanitary) pass to cover theme parks, meaning that Disneyland Paris will now be legally obliged to check visitors are either fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have a recent negative test.
Disneyland Paris has opened bookings for resort hotel and park ticket packages through to summer 2022, right up until 30th September 2022, allowing many to book their planned return to the Disney resort after two years of upheaval.
Disneyland Paris has now confirmed it will be closed to visitors completely from 30th October 2020 in line with the new measures imposed on France by president Emmanuel Macron. Furthermore, following an aspiration to re-open for the Christmas holiday period, it will then also close for over one complete further month from 4th January to 12th February 2021.
Disneyland Paris has just announced the resort will begin re-opening from 15th July 2020, with a gradual phased re-opening for theme parks, attractions and hotels, spanning through to September, and numerous new health and safety interventions.
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