Disneyland Paris Lowers Age of Mask Mandate for Holiday Reopening

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As Disneyland Paris prepares to reopen once again for the Holiday Season, stricter health and safety measures are being revealed, including the expansion of the mask mandate to younger Guests.

Previously, Disneyland Paris has been relatively lenient with its mask mandate compared to its sister parks at the Walt Disney World Resort. Its website shows that only Guests 11 and older were required to wear masks, leaving all younger kids free of the accessory and their parents free of the burden of having to keep the masks on their little faces.

That appears to no longer be the case. According to Twitter user @DLPReport, Disneyland Paris was first expected to require all guests ages six and older to wear a mask at all times except while eating. But it now appears that the age limit has been completely removed, suggesting that literally all Guests will be required to wear masks.

It should be noted, however, that DLP’s US, British, and French versions of its website still show the age to be 11+ when we investigated the change, and we will update our readers once more information comes to light.

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Meanwhile, at Walt Disney World, the mask mandate has continuously evolved since the parks reopened in July. As it stands now, Guests older than 2 are required to wear masks at all times except while eating and drinking standing still, and out of ride queues.

Read More: Disney Enforces Mask Rules: No Eating or Drinking in Line

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