An extension of French restrictions means Disneyland Paris is not likely to reopen until this fall. More details below.
Just a few weeks ago, France announced the ban of gatherings with large groups of people would be extended into July and all summer festivals would be canceled.
Some of this summer festivals include Disneyland Paris Pride, Electroland, and the Tour de France.
France’s Prime Minister announced in a speech that the ban of large group gatherings would be extended once again. This time, it would be in place until September.
While official word about Disneyland Paris reopening or a timeline has not been given, it is likely to remain closed until the ban is lifted. The restriction bans events where 5,000 or more people would be gathered. With Disneyland Paris being one of these places, it is likely we won’t see a reopening until this fall.
Here in the United States, Disney World and Disneyland remain closed until further notice.
Temperature checks, QR codes, staggered seating, and more are the norm over in Asia. While we don’t know what measures will be taken here in the United States, Universal Studios has outlined some possible precautions that could be taken.
Universal has also patented a new sanitizing method for 3d glasses, goggles, and other park articles. This looks promising as we enter a new era of experiencing attractions.
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