The health pass is to be extended from Monday August 9, 2021 to more places: cafés, restaurants, planes, trains, business fairs, you will need a valid health pass then. You can get it after full vaccination, a negative Covid-19 test taken in the past 72 hours, or a recovery certificate.
Coronavirus: Extension of the Health Pass, what has changed since August 9, in France
As the Delta variant causes a new surge in the coronavirus epidemic in France, the government has decided to extend the health pass starting from Monday August 9 to more daily life places. A measure instated progressively. Here is what changes in France starting from today. [Read more]
The extension of the measure – lifting compulsory facemask in places where the health pass is required – also involves the lifting of the 50-people Covid gauge. A decision not helping movie theaters and libraries. As a matter of fact, so far, it was possible to bypass the compulsory health pass enabling establishments to receive the public. Starting from this Monday, the health pass is mandatory from the first spectator, no matter the number of people in the room. A hard blow for these places which have been struggling since July 21.
Instated until November 15, 2021, the health pass will be required for anyone over 18 years of age. This Friday, Gabriel Attal said there will be one week to settle up, giving time to professionals having to control the entrance to their establishments to “get used to” this new tool. But is not enough to reassure the tourism world already seeing the impact of the health pass in their daily lives.