One Disney Park is making adjustments to its face mask policy as the world moves forward amidst the ongoing pandemic.
Disneyland Paris just updated its face mask policy to now allow Guests to temporarily take off their face coverings when taking a photo at designated outdoor Selfie Spots locations or when an official Disney PhotoPass photographer is present outdoors.
The Disneyland Paris website now reads the following when speaking to its face mask policy:
To promote the health and safety of guests and Cast Members, guests aged 6 and older will be required to wear a protective face mask at all times, in Disney Parks, Disney Hotels, all indoor locations at Disney Village and Golf Disneyland. Guests can temporarily remove their masks only when eating or when taking a picture at designated outdoor Selfie Spot locations. All Cast Members and third-party operators will continue to wear face masks in all indoor and outdoor locations across the resort.
Please keep in mind that face coverings are still required everywhere at Disneyland Paris except for being able to temporarily remove their masks only when eating or when taking a picture at designated outdoor Selfie Spot locations. If you are planning a visit to Disneyland Paris, please make sure to bring a proper face covering with you proper to arriving.
For the most up-to-date safety protocols at Disneyland Paris, visit the official website here.
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