June 25, 2022


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The vaccine pass is being implemented in France: everything you need to know

The vaccination law came into force in France on Monday. We have already mentioned the main lines of this highly competitive device and more details are here.

1. Nothing changes to cross the border

Do not panic Belgians who have a family or a second home in France. The rules for crossing the border will not change and those who are not vaccinated can cross.

2. The Health Pass is still active in some cases

Since the vaccination pass is only required from the age of 16, the health pass for young people between the ages of 12 and 15 will always be required according to the same rules. Access to medical and clinical-social institutions does not require vaccination.

3. Not fully vaccinated? Exceptions are provided

First, the 3rd dose is currently only recommended for people over 18 years of age. Then, a certificate of recovery (valid 11 days after infection and 6 months after infection) and medical contraindications to the vaccine are always accepted. Until February 15, first-dose recipients can complete their pass with a negative test in less than 24 hours. Also from February 15, the time between the second and third dose will be reduced to 4 months.

4. Where will it be needed?

Here are some of the ones I found to be interesting: Bars and restaurants require a vaccination pass (excluding joint catering, prepared food and professional road and rail catering), leisure activities (cinemas, museums, theaters, sports halls, sports and performance halls, etc.), exhibitions, seminars and trade shows, supermarket Stores and shopping centers (by decision of the governor) and regional transport (planes, trains, buses).

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5. No new mobile application

All data will be updated in the current application. This also applies to the recognized Belgian QR codes.

6. What correction are you making?

Any offender now faces a fine of € 1,000 from the first offense.