Disneyland Paris has just issued a statement concerning the new measures in place to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 across France from the French President.
The French President Macron recently addressed the nation to unveil new measures meant to mitigate the spread of Covid across the country. Among these measures, he confirmed that a sanitary pass will be required as of July 21st for all leisure and cultural locations gathering more than 50 people.
We remain open and our flexible commercial conditions continue to apply. We will adjust our operations to comply with the new measures and provide more updates as soon as possible.
Due to a very high volume of calls, you may experience longer delays than usual when trying to contact us. Thank you for your patience and understanding. We look forward to welcoming you soon at Disneyland Paris.
What is a Sanitary pass you might ask?
What they call “sanitary pass” in France corresponds to the “digital green certificate” or “European Covid-19 certificate” offered by the European Commission in March 2021. In France it includes three documents to be presented as desired:
- • A vaccination certificate against Covid-19 (digital – via the TousAntiCovid application – or paper)
- • A negative PCR test or antigenic test less than 48 hours old
- • A certificate of reinstatement
- The result of a positive RT-PCR or antigenic test attesting to the recovery of Covid-19, at least 15 days old and less than 6 months old.
In accordance with the law in France, you will be asked for a sanitary pass to access the large gatherings including the WSN events.
The sanitary pass is required for gatherings of more than 1 000 people. Places, establishments and events concerned will be precisely defined by regulations. Among them :
- • Marquees, theaters, sporting or cultural performances venue, conference rooms
- • Trade show and exhibition fairs (by exhibition hall)
- • Stadiums, outdoor establishments and indoor sporting establishments
- • Theme parks (only for some establishments that compose it; for example, a restaurant inside a park)
- • Big casinos
- • Seated or standing outdoor festivals
- • Sporting outdoor competitions (if the conditions of feasibility are established)
- • Cruises and passenger boats with housing over 1 000 people
- • Other events, when specifically localised; for example,organized bals by collectivities
Disneyland Paris has also set up a page for guests to read over before visiting that tells them everything they need to know before their visit. You can access this page here.
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