Source: DLP Report

Guests No Longer Required to Physically Distance Around Characters, Hugs Allowed Again at Disneyland Paris

Guests are no longer required to remain physically distanced around characters at Disneyland Paris. DLP Report shared a photo on Twitter of a guest hugging Winnie the Pooh.

Source: DLP Report

DLP Report wrote, “Character hugs and closer contact are once again allowed at Disneyland Paris.” Previously, guests were required to remain approximately six feet away, usually behind a barrier. This requirement remains in place at other Disney Parks.

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The face mask requirement was also lifted at Disneyland Paris this week.

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  1. Yes. My mom was right. I knew it. They are indeed going to bring them back to every park. Everyone. Let’s keep out hopes up and wait for when the time is right.

  2. Awwwww sooo cute! Wish this could happen here at wdw tho! Buuutttt until our numbers go down and disney gets the green light to do this from the cdc and Orange County I’ll wait my turn to hug the characters again!

  3. DLP can allow this because DLP falls under French Covid policies which include a Vaccination Pass being presented to enter the parks.

    “Important information: Vaccination Pass
    From January 24, in line with government guidance, guests aged 16 and above will need to present a Vaccination Pass to enter Disneyland Paris. Guests aged between 12 and 15 will still be required to present a health pass.

  4. Great thats how disney should be, they just need to get rid of those stupid lightening lanes to pay for rides & bring back fasspasses, bring back magic bands & bring free buses & free car parking for those on disney resorts

  5. Come on Disney Parks in the US – get with the program! The “science” has proven otherwise.
    It’s looooong overdue. We want to hug Mickey again.

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