With Disney Parks around the world being affected by Coronavirus (COVID-19), currently the Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Paris are the only resorts still fully open. But a new photo suggests that Disneyland Paris may be taking the next step in an attempt to prevent guests from spreading the disease.
DLP Report is reporting that tents have been constructed near the South Station security checkpoint. While we don’t know for sure what these tents are for, speculation has grown that they will be used to conduct temperature screenings of guests for Coronavirus.
🔧 New tents are being built near the South Station security checkpoint: pic.twitter.com/qiLUnMAWKf
— DLP Report (@DLPReport) March 12, 2020
✨ De curieuses tentes blanches sont en cours d’installation au niveau des grilles entre les deux parcs …. préparation pour des futures prises de températures ? 🦠
— 🧞♂️ Disney Cave 0f Wonders ❄️⭐️ (@DisneyCave0f) March 12, 2020
Translation: “Curious white tents are being installed at the level of the grids between the two parks … preparing for future temperature measurements?”
Right now, capacity for attractions, shops, and restaurants have been restricted at the resort to comply with a temporary French ban on crowds of more than 1,000 people.
Keep reading WDWNT for updates on this ongoing story.