Epcot's Canada Pavilion's borders remain closed |

Epcot’s Canada Pavilion’s borders remain closed

Canada, "America's Hat," according to the Epcot Map. Image © Disney, perhaps modified a tad.

It’s like an embassy, right? So the border rules apply.

WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL — In a press release filled with apologies, the Canadian government announced today that Epcot’s Canada Pavilion‘s borders will remain closed for the foreseeable future.

Park guests who hold Canadian citizenship or who are permanent residents will be allowed entry into the pavilion, along with essential workers. (The latter may include non-Canadian Cast Members who are assigned to work there, assuming they self-quarantine for 14 days.) Non-Canadians who wish to enter the pavilion for recreational purposes are still prohibited. 

More information can be found at the Canadian Public Health Service website. Uncle Walt’s Insider will keep you informed of any changes, eh? Now take off, you hoser.

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Cover photo: Canada, “America’s Hat,” according to the Epcot Map. Image © Disney, perhaps modified a tad.