UPDATE 10/29/20 – Disneyland Paris published the following statement this morning: “In line with the latest direction from the French authorities, Disneyland Paris will be closing end of day on October 29th. In anticipation of celebrating the Christmas holiday season we will be taking reservations from December 19-January 3 and hope to be open based on prevailing conditions and government guidance at that time. Disneyland Paris will be closed from January 4 through February 12. Please check back on the website for regular updates. We thank you for your continued loyalty and understanding during this difficult period.”
In order to comply with new lockdown measures being imposed for all of France, Disneyland Paris will again close its gates beginning October 30.
France will enter a second lockdown, announced today by President Emmanuel Macron, due to an increase in COVID-19 cases in France. The new restrictions, which include the closure of bars and restaurants, restrictions on French citizens leaving their homes, curfews for the Paris region, and the banning of travel between regions, are expected to remain in place until at least December 1. Schools and essential businesses will remain open, but the French government is asking all other work to be done remotely where possible. International borders will remain largely closed, and France will once again begin economic assistance for both businesses and individuals during the lockdown.
No timeline for the reopening of Disneyland Paris has been announced, though it will be evaluated every two weeks. The parks were previously closed between March 15 and July 15. At the time of writing, no coronavirus outbreaks have been traced to any Disney Parks, including those in Paris.