END OF VACCINATION PASS DECREE
A decree of March 12, 2022, published on March 13 in the Official Journal, and modifying decree number 2021-699 of June 1, 2021, suspends the vaccination pass and other measures related to the management of the health crisis (wearing of mask, physical distancing, etc.). Here’s a recap of what’s changed since March 14, 2022:
1 – The vaccination pass no longer applies
The application of the vaccination pass is suspended from March 14, 2022 in all places where it was required: cinemas, museums, restaurants, cafes, municipal libraries and campsites when the latter were concerned by its application;
Note: the health pass is still required for access to health services and establishments, to armed forces health establishments, as well as to medico-social services and establishments, except in an emergency situation and except for access to a screening for Covid-19.
2 – Wearing a mask is no longer mandatory
Wearing a mask has been abolished in places where it was required, so it is no longer required in campsites, including indoors.
3 – The list of barrier measures has been reduced
The decree of March 12, 2022 removes the need to respect social distancing, puts an end to the obligation to respect a physical distance of at least 1 meter between two people and 2 meters when wearing a mask is not possible, whether at work or elsewhere.
The other barrier gestures must nevertheless continue to be observed:
– wash your hands regularly with soap and water (access to which must be facilitated with the provision of single-use towels) or by rubbing with a solution for hand disinfection in accordance with standard EN 14476;
– systematically cover your nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing into your elbow;
– blow your nose in a single-use tissue to be disposed of immediately in a trash can;
– avoid touching your face, especially your nose, mouth and eyes.