In a Direct Message response to a guest inquiry online, a representative from Disneyland Paris gave this answer regarding the potential closure:
“Disneyland Paris is open and welcomes its visitors as usual.
We’re following the development of the situation in close collaboration with health authorities, whose recommendations we follow.
Disneyland Paris applies exemplary sanitation procedures, as well as high hygiene and cleanliness standards.
You can check our park hours via this link: alc.cx/b3tn
Have a great day.”
It seems the park is set to remain open despite the new ban implemented by the French government, which prohibits all public indoor gatherings of more than 5,000 people, as part of efforts to contain the country’s current Coronavirus outbreak.
No further announcements or statements have been published on Disneyland Paris’ social media accounts, or on the Disneyland Paris website. If Disneyland Paris were to close, it would join Shanghai Disneyland, Hong Kong Disneyland, and Tokyo Disney Resort in Coronavirus-related closures.
We’ll keep our eyes on developments here in Paris as well as in Tokyo, Shanghai,and Hong Kong regarding the COVID-19 outbreak’s effect on Disney Parks operations.