Disney Park Officially REMOVES All Face Mask Requirements

Walt Disney World recently changed its face mask policy for those who are fully vaccinated, now stating that face masks will be optional indoors and outdoors. The new policy came into effect on February 17, 2022.

Now another Disney theme park is changing its face mask requirements as the world continues to move forward amid the ongoing pandemic.

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A few days ago, we reported that Disneyland Paris was reassessing its current mask mandate pending publication from the French government.

And today, the Disney theme park has come to an end and is completely removing face mask requirements for guests visiting theme parks and resort hotels.

According to DLP Report, the announcement has been made to Cast Member unions and Disneyland Paris will be updating the policy very soon. Compared to DLP:

A few details on this:
– the update was given to the unions. The official channels should be updated soon.
– applies to guests and actors, outdoors and indoors
– the vaccine pass remains compulsory to enter the Village.

At this time, the Disneyland Paris website still indicates that the change is pending publication of the updated rules, but we expect this section to be updated very soon.

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We would like to note that although Disneyland Paris has removed its face mask policy, to stay in line with government guidelines, a vaccination pass is still required to enter Disneyland Paris. If you are unfamiliar, according to the Disneyland Paris website, a Vaccination Pass is:

The Vaccine Pass consists of the presentation in digital or paper form:

  • Proof of complete vaccination (as defined by French regulations)
  • WHERE a certificate of recovery from COVID-19 (result of a positive RT-PCR or Antigen test dating back at least 11 days and less than 4 months)
  • WHERE a certificate of vaccine contraindications (result of a severe allergic reaction or other medical justification for incomplete vaccination)
  • WHERE proof of commitment to a complete vaccination scheme, with 3 cumulative validity conditions as follows: first dose received before February 15, 2022, second dose required no later than 4 weeks later, and a negative PCR or antigen test dating from less than 24 hours to access Disneyland Paris.
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Additionally, guests between the ages of 12 and 15 will still need to present a health pass. The Disneyland Paris website describes a Health Pass as:

A Health Pass consists of the presentation in digital or paper form:

  • Proof of complete vaccination (as defined by French regulations)
  • WHERE a negative PCR or antigen test within the last 24 hours
  • WHERE an attestation of recovery from COVID-19 (the result of a positive RT-PCR or Antigen test dating back at least 11 days and less than 4 months).
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For the most up-to-date health and safety policies at Disneyland Paris, visit their website here.

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