On Sunday January 16, Parliament definitively adopted the bill establishing the vaccination pass. The government announced its entry into force from Monday, January 24 after validation by the Constitutional CouncilFriday January 21.
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You will then need to be able to provide proof of vaccination status to access leisure activities, restaurants and bars, fairs or interregional public transport. Unlike the health pass, a negative test will no longer suffice, except to access health facilities and services.
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However, the certificate of recovery which proves that you have tested positive for Covid-19remains valid for the vaccination pass. To assert this, it will be necessary to present to the establishments concerned the QR Code present on the positive result of a PCR or antigen test that you normally received by e-mail or SMS. In case of loss, the latter can also be found on the website of the SI-DEP platform. As a reminder, a self-test cannot be used as a reinstatement certificate.
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Be careful however, the certificate must be more than eleven days old and less than six months old. Beyond six months, you will need to present the justification for a complete vaccination schedule. If you are not vaccinated and have had Covid-19, one dose will be sufficient at first. A booster dose will then be mandatory four months after the first injection.