Disney Parks around the world have continued to modify its safety and health protocols, including at Walt Disney World and Disneyland. In fact, social distancing is no longer required at either Disney World or Disneyland and the physical distancing markers have already been removed in most places.
Disneyland Paris is also lifting the social distancing requirements, meaning they are also removing the social distancing markers throughout the theme parks, but not without leaving some unwanted residue behind.
DLP Report took to Twitter to share a photo of Cast Members removing the physical distancing markers on Main Street, U.S.A., but as you can see, they are leaving a mark. Per DLP Report:
Today on Main Street and around the Resort, it’s the start of Operation Stickers Removal! Physical distancing is no longer required but masks must still be worn at all times.
🔧 Today on Main Street and around the Resort, it’s the start of Operation Stickers Removal!
Physical distancing is no longer required but masks must still be worn at all times. pic.twitter.com/ZlmfKMUnkT
— DLP Report (@DLPReport) October 18, 2021
DLP Report also shared that the markers are being removed from the Selfie Spots within the theme parks. Per their Tweet:
Floor stickers have been removed from some of the Selfie Spots queues. Looks much nicer:
🔧 Floor stickers have been removed from some of the Selfie Spots queues. Looks much nicer: pic.twitter.com/2JvlftCZ19
— DLP Report (@DLPReport) October 20, 2021
It is important to keep in mind that face masks are still required at all times, except when eating or at designated photo spots. Additionally, a Health Pass is still required for entry in order to stay in line with French authorities’ latest requirements. Per the Disneyland Paris website:
In line with French authorities’ latest requirements, a Health Pass is required for any guests aged above 12 years and 2 months in order to visit the Disney Parks, the Disney Hotels and Disney Village. As this situation is evolving, we will continue to address your questions and update the dedicated page as needed.
For more information on safety protocols at the theme parks, visit the official Disneyland Paris website here.
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