Disneyland Paris is beginning to remove some of its social distancing stickers in the Parks; however, they are also leaving some unwanted residue on the sidewalks.
In order to operate as safely as possible throughout the ongoing pandemic, Disney Parks around the world implemented social distancing markers to help Guests keep a safe distance from one another. Now, as Disney Parks modify their health and safety protocols as we continue to move forward amidst the ongoing pandemic, Disneyland Paris is beginning to remove some of the social distancing stickers — though they are leaving some residue behind.
DLP Report shared a photo of the Town Square smoking area, which no longer has social distancing markers:
Social distancing stickers are starting to get removed (not without leaving a few marks) in the parks, starting here with the Town Square smoking area:
🔧 Social distancing stickers are starting to get removed (not without leaving a few marks) in the parks, starting here with the Town Square smoking area: pic.twitter.com/StvbQIlgp3
— DLP Report (@DLPReport) October 8, 2021
If you plan on visiting Disneyland Paris, Guests must still wear facial coverings at this time. Per the official website:
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.
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