Disneyland Paris will bring Disney character hugs back at its theme parks following a change in French government guidelines, including a relaxation of Covid rules
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Family towards Disneyland Paris will once again be able to hug characters and get up close for photos as theme parks are upgrading more Covid rules.
Following the change in French government guidelines, Mickey Mouse Home Paris has confirmed that guests will once again be able to enjoy a Character Experience that includes hugging and taking pictures together.
A statement from the resort said: “Following the latest government guidance, we are pleased to announce that the Character Experience at Disneyland Paris will begin allowing our guests to get closer to the characters. their favorite in a special moment, a hug or a photo together. Many people who have experimented with Disney, Pixar, and Star Wars characters will see this change. “
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The news comes at the right time when the amusement park is also 30th anniversary of the establishment in style, complete with a new daytime show, new costumes for Mickey and his friends, and even the all-new Gardens of Wonder attraction.
Meanwhile, right before Disney Illumination’s iconic evening performance on the castle, Disney D-Light will use video projection, water jets, lighting effects, fog, and hit songs. by Disney. Oh, and what’s especially cool is that it will feature over 200 drones for a special choreography right above the castle!
More good news for holidaymakers is France recently removed its masking rules – which means these will no longer be required at Disneyland Paris. However, the theme park resort’s website warns that masks are still recommended for experiences like the Disney Illumination nighttime parade and show.
You can also learn more about Disneyland Paris’ health and safety measures on disneylandparis.com.
France’s change to Covid rules includes ending deliveries of Covid vaccines from 14 March. b.
Currently, France has a number of complicated vaccination rules including currently requiring a vaccination pass to enter certain locations such as restaurants, bars and hotels. The rules apply to anyone aged 16 or over, although unvaccinated children aged 12-15 can visit sites with ‘passing hygiene services’ aka Covid testing negative.
From March 14, these rules will be lifted, although some locations will still require immunization cards such as hospitals and care homes.
It should be noted that currently only fully vaccinated Britons can visit France for non-essential reasons such as holidays and all visitors need to sign a ‘sworn declaration’ in advance. when visiting.
The country is one of the 12 hotspots recently relaxed travel rules for tourists, including removing the requirement for anyone 12 years of age or older to take a Covid test before travel to enter France.
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