Weapon criticized by the government against the Omicron variant, the vaccine pass replaces the health pass on Monday and becomes compulsory for people over 16 wishing to go to a restaurant or take the train.
Most of the provisions of the bill – definitively adopted on January 16 by Parliament after heated debates – were validated on Friday by the Constitutional Council, with the exception, in the midst of the presidential campaign, of the possibility of requiring a pass sanitation at political rallies.
A negative test is no longer enough
From this Monday, a negative test is no longer sufficient, except to access health establishments and services: for those over 16 years of age, it is necessary to justify a vaccination status against Covid-19 in order to have access. leisure activities, restaurants and bars (except collective catering), fairs or interregional public transport (planes, trains, coaches). It is difficult to estimate the number of people who will be deprived of a pass, insofar as this will suppose both not being vaccinated and not having had Covid in the last few months.