BREAKING: Face Masks No Longer Required at Disneyland Paris

Following updated policies from the French government, Disneyland Paris will no longer require face masks to be worn in the park. The announcement was first made to Cast Member unions.

Masks will not be required for guests or Cast Members indoors or outdoors.

The vaccine pass policy will remain in place at this time.

Since the publishing of this article, Disneyland Paris has released an official statement stating this policy will begin tomorrow, March 2. Read the statement:

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In line with French government guidance, face masks are no longer required at Disneyland Paris as of March 2nd but remain recommended for experiences such as our parade and nighttime spectacular “Disney Illuminations.”

Guests aged 16 and above need to present a Vaccine Pass to enter Disneyland Paris.

For guests between 12 and 15 years old, a Health Pass remains required to enter Disneyland Paris.

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