Disneyland Paris has seen a second closure due to the global health crisis.
The European resort initially reopened in July but was reclosed in October due to COVID-19 numbers and prevention measures in France. Disneyland Paris was expected to reopen on February 13th, but now the closure has been extended.
Today, Disneyland Paris announced that instead of reopening next month, the resort will remain closed through April 2nd, 2021.
The extension is due to continued measures in France including a nationwide 6PM curfew as well as current case numbers.
The statement from Disneyland Paris notes, “If conditions permit, we will reopen Disneyland Paris on April 2, 2021 and will welcome reservations from that date forward. Given the current context our plans continue to evolve, but please know that we will make every effort to share with you any updates as soon as it is possible.”
We’ll be checking in often for updates from Disneyland Paris. Stay tuned to DFB for all of the latest news and to learn more about how the global health crisis is affecting Disney.
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