Don’t worry, even if you haven’t completed your immunization schedule or tested negative within 72 hours, you will be able to pick up your pizza after ordering. Indeed, the sanitary pass is not necessary to buy and collect take-out meals in a restaurant or fast food outlets.
Since Monday, August 9, the health pass is required at the entrance of cafes, bars and restaurants when you consume in the dining room or on the terrace. However, this proof is not required when it comes to the sale of take-away food since you do not eat there.
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You can therefore order from home, from servers or terminals in the case of some fast food establishments, then wait and collect your order without having to show your pass. However, you will have to take care to respect the barrier gestures inside the restaurant, including the wearing a mask.
In addition, some brands offer to order at the entrance of the establishment, without having to enter. Be careful, if you change your mind and decide to eat your takeaway meal in the restaurant, you will be asked for the health pass.
And in supermarkets?
For shopping done in a supermarket or hypermarket that is not in a shopping center of more than 20,000 m², no need to bring your health pass, only the wearing of a mask and compliance with barrier gestures remain compulsory in these shops. However, the health pass may be required if the supermarket is located in a shopping center over 20,000 m.2, in a department where the incidence rate of Covid-19 exceeds 200 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, and if no other supermarket is accessible in the immediate vicinity.