Following the announcement that those in France will be required to use a Health Pass showing proof of vaccination, Disneyland Paris has released further details on how the resort will be handling the new requirement.

What’s Happening:

  • Starting July 21, those wanting to enter crowded locations (such as Disneyland Paris) in France will have to present a Health Pass showing proof of vaccination, or take a COVID-19 test as announced by French President Emmanuel Macron.
  • Those entering Disneyland Paris will be required to show a Health Pass either digitally or physically, which confirms a Guest is fully vaccinated, has had a negative test result for the virus, or someone who has had COVID-19 and recovered.

  • On July 21, All adults 18 and older will be required to show a Health Pass.
  • Starting August 30, all Guests 12 to 17 will also be required to show a pass.
  • Children under 12 are not impacted by the new Health Pass.

  • PCR Tests will be available through Loxamed in Disney Village from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm daily with various costs. These tests are valid for 48 hours, so those staying longer will need to have multiple tests done if not fully vaccinated.
    • PCR Tests (24-hour results)
      • Persons with a valid french social security number: 20€
      • Persons without a valid french social security number: administrative cost + 43.89€
    • Antigen tests (results usually delivered in 15min)
      • Persons with a valid french social security number: 20€
      • Persons without a valid french social security number: administrative cost + 25.01€
  • You can read more about Disneyland Paris’ health and safety measures here.

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