Disneyland Paris is Europe’s most visited theme park resort and it has partially reopened as of Wednesday, July 14, to the public after being closed for 4 months. Safety measures like reduced capacity, managed attendance, social distancing, and disinfection are being taken by the park to prevent the spread of COVID-19. A few days earlier, on June 26, the Eiffel Tower also reopened its doors to the public after its longer closure since WWII. Only the first two floors have been reopened and a maximum of 250 people at a time will be allowed to enter.
Source: USA TODAY.