Pass Sanitaire required to visit Disneyland Paris as of July 21

Published: July 13, 2021 / Last Updated: July 13, 2021 / By: Arvid Bux

On Monday, July 12 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.

This means that any guest visiting Disneyland Paris is required to show that they either tested negative for or have recovered from or have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

Visitors from EU member countries should be able to use the national Corona app from their country which also shows an international QR-code. While the code might show up after just one shot, for most vaccines a second shot is required before holders are considered fully vaccinated.

The French consulate has stated that an NHS certificate will be accepted for UK residents to access venues instead of the French Health Pass. This can be done by showing the NHS App, NHS website record, or a letter requested from the NHS.

Before you plan your trip to Disneyland Paris, make sure you are aware of any rules and regulations that apply to the country you are traveling from.

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