A few guests recently discovered some signs that social distancing is returning to Disney Park.
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Social distancing measures have been completely dropped at Disneyland in Southern California as well as Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Hollywood Studios and Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom over the past year or so. Originally, guests will find queues marked with bar, tighter areas, and games of lower capacity so guests can feel safer.
Now, most American Disney parks look very similar to the way they normally operate. This is not often the case at Disney Parks and Resorts International, with many of them shutting down completely due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Disneyland Paris has had its fair share of COVID-19 rules, regulations and registrations, but for the most part it has been on its way back to normal.
Now as explained by Disneyland Paris (@Disneylandpbp) on Twitter, social distancing signs and measures are beginning to make their way to the Disneyland Resort in Paris. See the tweet below:
Stay away measures reappear in @Disneyland Paris! (Translator)
Disneyland Paris Bonus Plans (Disneylandpbp) 5 July 2022
We’re not sure exactly why this brand is back at the resort or what Disney plans to do in terms of future COVID-19 safety protocols.
This new sign comes before the resort opens its version of Avengers Campus. When visiting Avengers Campus at Disneyland Paris, guests will be able to join forces with their favorite superheroes and help them on missions to protect Earth.
The Earth will be home to two attractions, Spider-Man WEB Adventure and Avengers Assemble: Flight Force, where guests will be able to meet Iron Man as one of the most advanced animations at Disney parks around the world. Guests can also shop for all their superhero needs at various stores and enjoy an Avenger meal at the PYM Kitchen, Stark Factory, and food carts around the campus
Are you visiting Disneyland Paris anytime soon?