If you’re planning on visiting one of Disney’s international parks, be sure to bring a mask with you at all times.
If you’ve visited any of the Disney Parks or Resorts in the last two years you will have surely seen all the changes and efforts Disney has made in keeping Guests safe from COVID-19 while at the Parks. Now, Disneyland Paris, one of the several international Resorts Disney has to offer, has just issued an update to its mask policy, making it more strict than before.
Disneyland Paris has changed its policies a few times as we’ve previously reported on, but this most recent change informs Guests that a mask will be a top priority. According to a report by DLPReport (@DLPReport) on Twitter, Guests at the Park will now have to wear a mask or an acceptable face covering at all times while both indoors and outdoors. This will include the Lake Disney and the Disney Village areas which were previously exempt from this mask policy. See the full Tweet below:
Following government guidelines updates, Disneyland Paris is now requiring that Guests wear a face covering at all times in all indoor and outdoor areas of the Resort, incl. Lake Disney & Disney Village which had previously been exempt outdoors.
More info: https://t.co/RC2rk8Qaio pic.twitter.com/xXWAefrTXs
— DLP Report (@DLPReport) December 10, 2021
For the official rules and regulations on Disneyland Paris’ mask and COVID-19 protocols, see below or on its official site here.
The wearing of an appropriate face covering remains mandatory for all our guests ages 6 and over. Guests will be required to wear a face covering at all times of the day in all areas of the resort (Disney Parks, Disney Hotels, Disney Village and Golf Disneyland). They will be able to temporarily remove their face coverings during meals and to take a picture, at the outdoor Selfie with our characters.
All Cast Members and outside contractors will continue to wear a compliant face covering in all indoor and outdoor areas of the destination.
More than 2,000 sanitising and hand washing stations will be available throughout the resort, especially at the entrances and exit of each attraction, boutique, restaurant and theater.
Disneyland Paris will further increase the frequency of cleaning measures in addition to the standards of cleanliness already in place. Prior to reopening, the resort kitchens, sanitary facilities and attractions will undergo appropriate cleaning.
Are you visiting Disneyland Paris or the other Disney Resorts soon? Are you upset with the new face-covering rules or do they make you feel better? Let us know in the comments below.