Disneyland Paris Updates Face Mask Policy to Apply to Guests of All Ages

While Disneyland Paris remains closed, they’ve apparently updated their face mask policy to apply to all guests, regardless of age. Previously, only guests 6 or older were required to wear face masks.

Due to spikes in COVID-19 cases in France, Disneyland Paris closed its gates on Friday, October 30 to adhere to recent lockdown guidelines issued by President Emmanuel Macron. Disneyland Paris will aim to reopen ahead of the lucrative holiday season on December 19th through January 3rd, but this may change as the situation evolves in France.

Currently, face mask guidelines at Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort indicate that all guests ages 2 and up are required to wear face masks at all times, except when eating or drinking when stationary or at a designated Relaxation Station.

1 thought on “Disneyland Paris Updates Face Mask Policy to Apply to Guests of All Ages”

  1. Of ALL ages? Really? Yeah, like a 1 year old is going to tolerate that. As a parent, I couldn’t tolerate that!

    Just proves how out of touch and senseless this company is. Believe me, they are trying to keep people away with these ridiculous rules.

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