Coronavirus epidemic (Covid-19)
Sanitary Pass after 14 March 2022: where?
Publié le 11 mars 2022 - Legal and Administrative Information Directorate (Prime Minister)
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From 14 March 2022, the vaccination pass is suspended in all places where it was required (places of leisure and culture, cafes, bars and restaurants, fairs and trade shows...). However, the health pass, including the result of a negative test of less than 24 hours, remains in force in health establishments, retirement homes and establishments where persons with disabilities are accommodated.
As a result of the improved health situation in the face of the Covid-19 outbreak and the significant reduction in pressure on hospitals, the Prime Minister announced on 3 March 2022 the suspension of the vaccination pass in the places where it was required from 14 March 2022.
In order to protect the most vulnerable people, the health pass is still required for people aged 12 and over (escorts, visitors) at the entrance to hospitals, nursing homes and establishments for disabled people.
What evidence for the health pass?
The sanitary pass consists of presenting, in numeric format (via « My Booklet » AllAntiCovid) paper, one of these health proofs:
- vaccination certificate attesting to a complete vaccination plan;
- a certificate of reinstatement of more than 11 days and whose expiry date varies according to vaccination status;
- result of a negative test (PCR, antigenic or self-test performed under the supervision of a pharmacist) of less than 24 hours.
Except for hospital and clinic emergencies or to carry out a screening test, a health pass is required for access to health facilities:
- hospitals, clinics, medical and social institutions;
- retirement homes, Ehpads, self-contained residences;
- facilities for people with disabilities.