NEWS: Disneyland Paris to Drop COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement Soon

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There have been quite a few updates from Disneyland Paris recently, and we’re not talking about Minnie’s newsworthy pants suit that debuted for the park’s 30th anniversary!

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When it comes to health and safety measures, we’ve seen a lot change over the past two years. For example, Disneyland Paris just lifted their face mask mandate and resumed leisure travel from the UK, and now, another safety protocol was just dropped.

In accordance with French Government Guidance, Disneyland Paris has announced that they will no longer require Vaccine and Health Passes for park entry beginning Monday, March 14th, 2022.


If you’re not familiar, Health Pass includes proof of either a negative test, complete vaccination certificate, or recovery certificate. These had been required for all guests 12 and up, and a Vaccine passport for all guests 16 and up in Disneyland Paris since January 24th.


So, now there’s one less thing that you’ll need to bring with you when you head to park to celebrate the 30th anniversary! Of course, we’ll continue to keep an eye out for all the COVID-19 updates that could impact your upcoming Disney trip, so be sure to stay tuned to AllEars for the latest!

Click here to read about the Current Mask Mandate for US Transportation

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