As of January 24, all persons aged 16 and older will need to show a Vaccine Pass in order to access Disneyland Paris. For guests aged between 12 and 15, the Health Pass will still be required. Children under age 12 are not affected by either of these measures.
The vaccination requirements are similar between the Vaccine Pass and the Health Pass.
According to the French Government website, which we invite you to consult ahead of your stay at Disneyland Paris to have the latest updates on the legislation linked to the current pandemic context, a person is considered vaccinated if they have a complete vaccination scheme and the necessary time after final injection:
For people aged 12 to 17:
- 2 injections followed by 7 days after the 2nd injection for double injection vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca)
- A single injection followed by 7 days for people with previous infection to COVID-19
- In case of vaccination with the Janssen vaccine:
- A single injection followed by 28 days if the injection was done within the last 2 months
- A first injection followed with an additional dose if the initial injection was done more than 2 months ago
For people aged 18 and above:
- 2 injections, including for Janssen vaccine, PLUS a booster dose no later than 7 months after the 2nd injection (no later than 4 months from February 15, 2022), followed by 7 days after the last injection
- A single injection followed by 7 days for people with previous infection to COVID-19, PLUS a booster dose no later than 7 months after the initial injection (no later than 4 months from February 15, 2022).
To check the detailed conditions related to the vaccine booster dose, see the question below.
If you are vaccinated or have a related certificate for the Vaccine Pass, we recommend to download the French Government App TousAntiCovid to present it at the resort. To do this, once the App downloaded, the QR code from your vaccination certificate or proof of recovery needs to be scanned in the App to be imported.
For more information and the latest updates on the Vaccine Pass, we invite you to visit the French government website.
For some examples, please check: https://www.sante.fr/how-to-obtain-a-french-health-pass
booster dose may be required to validated that a person has a complete vaccination scheme.
All people aged 18 and above with a complete vaccination scheme must have received a booster dose. It can be performed as early as 3 months after the last vaccine dose or after a COVID-19 infection that occurred after vaccination. After 7 months (4 months from February 15, 2022), the pass is deactivated and will not be valid again until 7 days after the injection of the booster dose.
For people vaccinated with Janssen:
- They should receive an additional injection as early as 4 weeks after vaccination, followed by a booster dose as early as 3 months after vaccination.
- People who have had a Covid-19 infection before a dose of Janssen are eligible for the booster dose as early as 4 weeks after their injection.
For people who have had the Covid after their injection of Janssen, 2 situations:
- If the infection happens less than 15 days after the injection: people receive an additional dose of mRNA vaccine 4 weeks after infection. They are eligible for the vaccine booster from 3 months after this additional dose.
- If infection happens more than 15 days after the injection: people do not need to complete their vaccination schedule with an additional dose. They are eligible for the booster from 3 months after infection.
The EU Digital COVID Certificate covers not only the proof of vaccination but also certificates for tests and those who have recovered from COVID-19. As such, it is not considered a Vaccine Pass.
If you have been vaccinated in the European Union, the issuing country will give you a vaccination certificate in European format (EU digital COVID certificate), which will be read and recognized in French territory under the Vaccine or Health pass (only for vaccines recognized in the France).
If you are vaccinated or have a related certificate for the Vaccine Pass, we advise you to download the French Government App TousAntiCovid to present it at the resort. To do this, once the App downloaded, the QR code from your vaccination certificate or proof of recovery needs to be scanned in the App to be imported.
If you have been vaccinated in the European Union, the issuing country will give you a vaccination certificate in European format (EU digital COVID certificate), which will be read and recognized on French territory under the Vaccine or Health pass (only for vaccines recognized by the France).
If you are vaccinated or have a related certificate for the Vaccine Pass, we advise you to download the French Government App TousAntiCovid to present it at the resort. To do this, once the App downloaded, the QR code from your vaccination certificate or proof of recovery needs to be scanned with the App to be imported.
The Vaccine Pass can be stored indefinitely in the app TousAntiCovid to be presented in places and events subject to the Vaccine Pass.
For other markets, we invite you to consult the following website for further information: https://www.sante.fr/how-to-obtain-a-french-health-pass
Except proof of full vaccination, the Vaccine Pass required for guests aged 16 and above to enter Disneyland Paris, consisting of the following elements:
- A certificate of recovery (the result of a positive RT-PCR or Antigen test dated at least 11 days and less than 6 months)
- OR a certificate of vaccine contraindications (the result of severe allergic reaction or other medical justification for incomplete vaccination)
- OR proof of commitment to a complete vaccination scheme, with 3 cumulative conditions of validity as follows: first dose received before February 15, 2022, second dose required at most 4 weeks later, and a negative PCR or antigen test less than 24 hours old to access Disneyland Paris.
We invite you to consult the following website to determine whether the vaccination scheme applicable in your country of origin is recognized in France: https://www.sante.fr/how-to-obtain-a-french-health-pass
A Vaccine Pass must be presented in paper or digital format, with a QR Code, to verify that a guest is fully vaccinated as defined by the French regulations.
Guests are being asked to carry with them valid proof of identity should there be spot checks by the police to verify the name on their Vaccine pass.
Per French government rules, a negative PCR or AntigenIC test is valid for 24 hours.
If your stay extends beyond this 24-hour validity period and in order to comply with French government requirements, you will need to take another test, or multiple further tests, to have a valid Health Pass for the whole duration of your stay.
A testing centre for both PCR and Antigen tests is available in the Disney Village and operates daily, from 8am to 8pm. The testing centre is equipped and managed by an independent provider, Loxamed, which is registered by the French Health authority, and which operates the testing site autonomously
With the implementation of the Health Pass, strong attendance is expected. To limit wait time
, it is strongly recommended to book an appointment before going to the Centre at https://disney.loxamed.fr/
It is possible to book an appointment for both antigen and RT-PCR testing.
You can choose to schedule an appointment at the testing center opening on July 2 in Disney Village. The site will operate daily from 8AM-8PM from Monday through Sunday.
The PCR testing service will be equipped and managed by an independent third party, Loxamed, registered by the French Health authority which will oversee the logistics and operate the site autonomously. Disneyland Paris will provide the location necessary to carry out the operation.
This service is intended to help assist guests visiting Disneyland Paris this summer from outside of France fulfill travel requirements specific to their home country. Operations are subject to change as the situation evolves. For more information and to book an appointment, visit: https://disney.loxamed.fr/
Who can get a PCR test at the testing center in Disney Village?
The testing center is open to any guest who wishes to make an appointment. This service is intended to help assist guests visiting Disneyland Paris this summer fulfill travel requirements specific to their home country. It is equipped and managed by an independent third party, Loxamed, registered by the French Health authority which operates the site autonomously.
How much does it cost to get a PCR test?
There is an administrative cost for the testing service. Prices are determined by the independent third party, Loxamed, which operates the site autonomously. Until July 6, the cost of the test itself is covered by French social security for all guests. As per the French health authorities conditions, as of July 7, Non-French guests will be required to pay for the test, in addition to the administrative costs. For more information, please visit: https://disney.loxamed.fr/
What languages are spoken at the testing center?
The testing center can provide services in both French and English. For more information, please visit: https://disney.loxamed.fr/
To comply with authorities’ requirements, a Health Pass is required to enter the Disney Parks. As of 9 August, it will be extended to the entire resort, including Disney Hotels and Disney Village.
For Hotel guests, we recommend keeping your Health Pass with you at all times as you will need to present it when visiting Disney Village and Disney Parks.
We continue to follow government guidance and monitor authorities’ recommendations and will keep guests updated on any changes.