I have been thinking a lot about Disneyland Paris recently as I was trying to decide what age the kids need to be before I take them, which is an entirely different discussion, but I am quite happy that their young age does take the difficult decision of whether to risk going there out of my hands. Boris putting France in the naughty list helps too.
If it was just me and the good lady, and Boris said it was ok, I daresay I think I would go. However, when you factor in young children who will GRAB EVERYTHING in a way resembling a greedy Octopus that it makes going to places difficult. I guess that’s the same for all parks. One of our local attractions - Monkey World, in case any of you UK folk know of it - opened to limited peoppe and it was wonderful as the majority of it was outside, which helped. But queuing for a ride at Disney, with walls and railings people may have touched, regardless of any cleaning protocol.... no thanks.
When I was there a few weeks ago, I frequently saw young children reminding parents about not touching or to use the available hand sanitizer.