CORONAVIRUS MEASURES

Who does the health pass concern?

The "health pass" is required for adults, French or foreign nationals. Its application will be extended to people aged 12 to 17 inclusive on September 30, 2021.



What is the Health Pass?

The "health pass" consists of the digital presentation of health proof, among the following three:

  • Vaccination, provided that people have a complete vaccination schedule, and the time needed after the final injection
  • The result of a negative RT-PCR or antigen test of less than 72 hours
  • The result of a positive RT-PCR or antigen test attesting to recovery from Covid-19, dating at least 11 days and less than 6 months.


Where should I present my health pass?

Marquees, theaters, sporting or cultural performance venues,

  • conference rooms;
  • trade fairs and exhibitions (by exhibition hall);
  • large casinos, arcades and bowling alleys;
  • outdoor sit / stand festivals;
  • cinemas and theaters;
  • monuments, museums and exhibition halls;
  • libraries, media libraries

  • In places of leisure and parties:

    • Games rooms and bowling aleys

    • In discos, clubs and dancing bars In fairgrounds,

    • from a threshold of 30 stands or attractions

    • In amusement and theme parks 


    In stadiums, sports establishments, swimming pools, sports halls


    During events:

    • Organized in public space or in a place open to the public
    • Outdoor sit / stand festivals
    • Sports competition
    • Concerts, shows Congresses, conferences, exhibitions, fairs exhibitions


    In bars and restaurants, including on terraces

    All types of accommodation equipped with bars and / or restaurants;

    swimming pools and / or theaters



    Travel by plane, or for long journeys by train and bus are also concerned.



    Where should I present my health pass?In cultural places:    Marquees, theaters, sporting or cultural performance venues, conference rooms;    trade fairs and exhibitions (by exhibition hall);    large casinos, arcades and bowling alleys;    outdoor sit / stand festivals;    cinemas and theaters;    monuments, museums and exhibition halls;    libraries, media libraries