To benefit from a complete vaccination schedule in order to be able to validate your health pass, you have to wait one week after receiving your second dose for the Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca vaccines, or one dose for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
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If you are over 55, one of the quickest solutions is to get vaccinated with Johnson & johnson, which only requires one dose. Thus, with an appointment on July 22, you will validate your health pass one week later, on July 29.
Otherwise, you’ll have to wait until August 19 to get it. Indeed, the time between the two doses of the vaccinesPfizer / BioNTech and Moderna has been reduced to a minimum of 21 days. Thus, if you have the first dose injected on Thursday July 22, you will have to wait at least August 12 for the second, then a week before your vaccination schedule is considered complete.
If you get vaccinated with AstraZeneca (reserved for over 55s), you will have to wait longer. The time between the two doses varies between 9 and 12 weeks. If you receive the first injection on Thursday July 22, you will have to wait until at least September 23 for the second. The health pass will only be validated on September 30.
Finally, if you have been sick with Covid-19 and you have been cured for more than two months, you only need one dose of the vaccine. If you make an appointment to be vaccinated on July 22, your health pass will therefore be validated on July 29.
How to get the health pass without being vaccinated?
Vaccination is not the only way to get the health pass. The latter can also be validated by a PCR or antigen test of less than 48 hours. Proof of Covid-19 contamination is also valid, provided you can prove that you were infected more than 28 days ago and less than 6 months ago by a positive test.
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