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Health and safety measures have evolved a lot over the past two years due to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Mask policies have changed over time at several parks (including Disney World) and some theme parks have even moved to require proof of vaccination in accordance with county guidelines. And, now another Disney Park is set to change their COVID-19 vaccination policy.
According to Disney’s website, Disneyland Paris will require a Vaccine Pass for all guests 16 years and up as of January 24th in accordance with the French Government’s recent announcement of its approval.
Update: The Disneyland Paris website has been updated with slightly modified language. Scroll down for the latest information.
Once implemented, only those who are considered fully vaccinated will be able to access restaurants, sports arenas, and other venues according to France 24.
Until Vaccine Pass is introduced, Disneyland Paris will continue to require that all guests 12 years and 2 months and older provide a Health Pass to visit the Disney Parks, the Disney Hotels, and Disney Village.
If you’re not familiar, Health Pass includes proof of either a negative test, complete vaccination certificate, or recovery certificate.
Update: The Disneyland Paris now notes that a vaccine pass will be required for all guests ages 16 and up starting January 24th. Guests ages 12-15 will continue to be required to present a Health Pass to enter Disneyland Paris.
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