Disneyland Paris has pushed again its reopening date to April 2nd because the Covid-19 pandemic continues to brush France.
The theme park had been resulting from reopen on February thirteenth.
Nonetheless, in an announcement officers stated this was not now potential and that the present plan to open in April would go forward solely “if circumstances allow”.
Bookings could be taken from April 2nd, with plans in place to supply refunds to clients impacted by the choice.
Because of the prevailing circumstances in Europe, Disneyland Paris is not going to reopen on the thirteenth of February as initially deliberate. When you have a reserving with us in the course of the closing interval, please test our web site for our newest industrial circumstances: https://t.co/3c0DbxYPLC pic.twitter.com/yom7cB4it3
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An announcement stated: “Because of the prevailing circumstances in Europe, Disneyland Paris will no reopen on February thirteenth as initially deliberate.
“If circumstances allow, we are going to reopen Disneyland Paris on April 2nd and can welcome reservations from that date ahead.
“Given the present context our plans proceed to evolve, however please know that we’ll make each effort to share with you any updates as quickly as it’s potential.”