Disneyland Paris, closed since October 30, announced Monday on its Twitter account that the park could not reopen before April 2 due to the health crisis.
A date however "likely to change", warns the park.
Disneyland Paris, the first private tourist destination in Europe, has postponed its reopening date to April 2, due to the Covid-19 and the health crisis that continues in Europe, according to a press release published Monday on its Twitter account.
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"Given the current health situation in Europe, Disneyland Paris will not open on February 13 as previously announced," said the amusement park.
"If conditions allow, we will reopen Disneyland Paris on April 2, 2021", he explains.
This date is however "likely to change" depending on the health context, warns the park.
Given the health situation, Disneyland Paris will not open on February 13 as previously announced.
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- Disneyland Paris (@DisneylandParis) January 18, 2021
No return to normal before 2022
After ceasing its activity between March 13 and July 15, Disneyland Paris, which employs 17,000 people, has been closed again since October 30.
The management does not envisage a return of activity to normal (equivalent to 2019) before 2022, a union source indicated in December.
Globally, the Disney group plans to cut 32,000 jobs in its activities related to the amusement park by the end of the first half of 2021, including 28,000 in the United States, due to the impact of the epidemic.