Disneyland Paris, closed in mid-March due to the Coronavirus pandemic, resumed operations on July 15. This is reported on the amusement park website.
It is specified that the gradual opening of the theme zones of the park will be accompanied by sanitary safety measures for visitors and staff. They are advised to wear medical masks and to maintain a social distance of 1 metre from Disneyland.
More than 2 thousand hand disinfection points have been equipped on the territory of the park. The management has also increased the frequency of treatment with disinfectants on all surfaces, especially at amusement rides.
It is specified that the capacity of the park will be limited in accordance with government requirements, and attendance will be regulated through a new online booking system – it will allow to control the flow of tourists.
According to the latest data from the Ministry of Health of the Republic, more than 30 thousand infected with coronavirus have died in France since the beginning of the pandemic. A total of 172,377 cases of COVID-19 have been registered on the territory of the country.
Earlier, on June 26, it was reported that the company Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, which operates Disneylands around the world, will remake one of its attractions due to allegations of racism.
It is a themed attraction Splash Mountain in California and Florida parks, based on the 1946 movie “Song of the South”, which was often criticized for showing disrespect for blacks.