Faced with a worrying epidemic situation, the organizers have decided to maintain the 2022 edition of the International Agricultural Show, which will take place from February 26 to March 6.
This 58th edition, synonymous with reunions after the cancellation of the Show in 2021, will have to be held under strict sanitary conditions.
Compulsory vaccination pass
“To date, the main axes in the course of work are as follows: wearing a mask and compulsory vaccination pass, optimized ventilation of the pavilions, and organization of the conditions necessary for consumption and tastings according to the current regulations in force”, declared the Ceneca. , owner of the Show, in collaboration with the Comexposium, the organiser.
Very strict monitoring will be put in place “with Covid referents by area of the Show and a specific health unit”.
A popular event
The Agricultural Show invites 650,000 people each year. In 2020, it had collected only 483,000, due to an early closure linked to the Covid-19 epidemic.
This annual high mass, popular with children coming to discover calves, cows and pigs, is also popular with politicians, especially in this election year and when France, the first beneficiary of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), has just take over the rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union.