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Disneyland Paris ends face mask requirement

by Susan and Simon Veness

Disneyland Paris has announced it will no longer require face masks, starting March 2, 2022, as per French government guidance.

Disneyland Paris
Photo courtesy of Disneyland Paris

As of March 2 guests can remove their face masks while enjoying the parks and resorts, though they are still recommended while in crowds that gather during parades and the “Disney Illusions” nighttime spectacular.

Although masks are recommended but not required, a Vaccine Pass will be required to enter Disneyland Paris, for all guests ages 16 and above.

What is a Vaccine Pass?

Vaccine Passes are digital or in paper form, and they provide the following information:

-Proof of full vaccination (a booster if second vaccination was more than four months ago) OR

– a certificate of recovery from Covid-19 (as proven by a RT-PCR or Antigen test) OR

-a certificate of vaccine exemption OR

-proof of commitment to complete vaccination

Visitors between the ages of 12 and 15 will be required to show a Health Pass to enter Disneyland Paris.

What is a Health Pass?

Health Passes are digital or in paper form, and they provide the following information:

-Proof of full vaccination OR

-a negative PCR or Antigen test within the last 24 hours OR

-a certificate of recovery from Covid-19

According to Disneyland Paris’s website, “NHS-provided rapid antigen tests cannot be used to activate a Health Pass.”

For a full description of the Vaccine Pass, Health Pass, and safety measures implemented by Disneyland Paris, click here.

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