Disneyland Paris Required To Only Allow Guests Who Use The New "Health Pass" Used To Prove COVID Vaccination, Immunity, Or Recent Negative Tests
News - PARKS 19-Jul-2021
Disneyland Paris has updated their health & safety pages to take into account the new requirement set out by the French government. A new "Health Pass" is being introduced and will be required for adults to enter Disneyland Paris starting July 21st. It will also expand to children aged 12 to 17 starting August 30th.
The Health Pass is a document (primarily digital) that proves your COVID-19 immunity. To gain access to Disneyland Paris, you either need to be fully vaccinated, or prove you have had COVID-19 using an Antigen test, or had a PCR test. A PCT test is only valid for 48 hours. If your stay is longer than 48 hours, you'll have to get another test. PCT tests are available at Disney Village from 8am and 8pm every day.
According to information available from the French government, as of the issue date of this page, a Health Pass must be presented in digital or paper form, to verify one of three things:
That a guest is fully vaccinated (with an EMA-approved vaccine):
- 7 days after the second shot for two-shot vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca);
- Four weeks after the shot for one-shot vaccines (Johnson & Johnson);
- 7 days after the shot for vaccines administered to people who have already had COVID-19 (only one dose is necessary).
OR that a guest has been tested (PCR or Antigen) and has a negative result within the last 48 hours;
OR for persons who have had COVID-19: the result of a positive RT-PCR or Antigen test, attesting that the individual has been infected, and that a period of time of at least 11 days and less than 6 months has passed since the test result was obtained (considered as a recovery certificate).
Disneyland Paris are now taking bookings for 2022 and for the remaining of 2021, and you can book worry-free and be able to amend or cancel for free up to 7 days before departure.
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