Disneyland Paris Brings In Stricter Mask Policy Ahead of Reopening
Disneyland Paris has brought in a stricter mask policy ahead of their reopening, which currently has no set date.
The resort currently remains closed due to the country-wide lock down in France in response to rising COVID-19 cases, after having reopened in July after the initial shut down.
The new mask mandate now requires every single guest to wear a face mask, regardless of age, while on Disney property. Previously, wearing a face covering was only required for guests of 11 and up, so this is a vast change for the company.
The French government earlier this week put into effect than anyone over the age of 6 years old would need to wear a face mask when leaving the house, however Disneyland Paris made the announcement about all ages needing to wear one just says after the government announcement.
This requirement is stricter than the current one set in place at Walt Disney World, which is requiring all guests over the age of 2 years old to wear a face covering at all times unless stationary and actively eating or drinking.
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