NEW MEASURES. Faced with the decline of the Covid epidemic in France (even if the virus is still circulating), several cutbacks came into effect in mid-March, such as the end of vaccinations and masks. From March 21, new measures will apply to the isolation of contact cases.
[Mis à jour le 17 mars 2022 à 12h12] As Prime Minister Jean Castex announced on March 3rd on TF1, “A new phase of health easing” started on March 14 in France (end of vaccination, masks at work, at school…). From new measures announced by DGS in a press release dated March 15 for insulation from business contacts. From March 21, unvaccinated people will no longer need to self-isolate. Vaccination status will no longer be considered for quarantine and screening tests. Menstruation today and in the future.
What are the Covid measures today?
Since March 14, 2022, anti-COVID measures have been relaxed in France. Government
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Since March 14, the validity of the vaccination coupon has been suspended until further notice in all places where it was required (places of recreation and culture, catering establishments, fairs and exhibitions, etc.).
The medical passport is still valid in medical institutions and places of medical care (hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, etc.).
What are the Covid measures in Paris?
The measures in Paris are identical to those in force in the rest of the country. in Wearing a mask is no longer mandatory, either outdoors or indoors. As indicated by the city of Paris, all measures have been lifted, with the exception of the mandatory wearing of a mask in public transport (train, bus, metro, etc.) and medical facilities. Vaccination has been suspended. For access to medical facilities and nursing homes, only the medical pass remains valid.
What are the vaccination measures against Covid?
Covid vaccination must continue, scientists insist, even if skipping the vaccine is no longer valid. Today in France:
- That the fourth dose of the vaccine is open to immunocompromised people and those over 80 years of age who received a booster dose for more than three months (not required, but recommended).
- in booster dose delay reduced to three months after the last injection or last Covid-19 infection.
- in revaccination is open to all people aged 18 and over, and from January 24, it is open to all teenagers between the ages of 12 and 17 without any obligation.
- That vaccination is open to all children aged 5-11 and requires the consent of one or another holder of parental rights.
What are the covid isolation measures?
From March 21according to the opinion of the Higher Council of Public Health (HCSP) dated February 11, 20222, people with contact casesregardless of their vaccination status, will no longer be required to quarantine or “insulation“, announces the General Directorate of Health. However, they must always strictly apply barrier measures, and in particular wearing masks indoors and outdoors when in contact with other people; limit their contact, especially with fragile people; avoid any contact with people susceptible risk of serious illness and, as far as possible, work remotely.
If you are covid positive A: Isolation is 10 days if you are not vaccinated or 7 days if you are vaccinated. Isolation can last 10 to 7 days or 7 to 5 days if a negative covid test is done.
If you are in contact : no more isolation, vaccinated or not, from March 21 (isolation 7 days prior to this date for unvaccinated).
The rules to follow in case of contact with Covid will change March 21, for not vaccinated. As the SRS points out, these people will not have no more isolation if these are contact cases (as in the case of vaccinated persons). However, they must always strictly apply barrier measures, and in particular wear a mask indoors and outdoors when in contact with other people; limit their contact, especially with vulnerable people; avoid contact with people at risk of severe form; work remotely as much as possible. Contact persons at risk should perform a test (TAG, RT-PCR, or self-test) on D+2 day of contact status notification. Since March 21, any positive antigen test results or self-examination should be subject confirmation by RT-PCR test. Pending the result of the confirmation, the person is considered infected and begins their isolation period. We remind you that a positive antigen test result serves as evidence for reimbursement by the EHIF for the cost of a confirmatory RT-PCR test.
What are the measures in business on March 14?
As of March 14, the corporate covid protocol no longer exists. No masks in business, mandatory distance and restrictions on gatherings. On the other hand, barrier gestures such as handwashing are still recommended.
What health measures are being taken?
Passing vaccinations has been suspended since March 14. in all places where it was needed (places of recreation and culture, commercial catering, fairs and exhibitions, etc.). On the other hand, sanitary pass just stay mandatory, except in emergencies, to access hospitals, nursing homes, or even to institutions that accept adults with disabilities to protect those who are most at risk of contracting COVID-19. Visits to facilities subject to a medical passport are permitted.
What are the measures for wearing a mask?
Wearing a mask is removable outdoors and indoors open to the public except for any transport within the premises and in places of health or care (in particular, in hospitals, pharmacies, among physicians or even in medical biological laboratories) where it is still required by caregivers, patients and visitors. Wearing a mask also recommended for all people at risk to the development of a severe form of the disease, especially in crowded places.
What are the new Covid measures for travel?
Since February 12, travel rules have been relaxed. Evidence of a complete vaccination schedule becomes sufficient to arrive in France, regardless of country of origin. For unvaccinated travelers, the obligation to provide a negative test for travel to France remains.but the measures on arrival (test, isolation) are lifted upon arrival from countries on the “green” list, characterized by moderate circulation of the virus.
What are the new measures for remote work?
From February 2, 2022 remote work is no longer mandatory but recommended. “Teleworking is recommended: Employers set conditions for the use of teleworking through local social dialogue.“Can we read in the health at work protocol updated on January 25, 2022. The company protocol has been removed since March 14, but there have been no new instructions on the rules for remote work. Each employer decides for himself.
What are the Covid measures at the school?
From March 14, 2022 health protocol moved to level 1 / green level for all schools and educational institutions in the country, indicated by the Ministry of National Education. This transition to level 1 includes, in particular:
- the end of obligations to limit mixing between groups of students;
- removal of restrictions on physical and sports activities;
- Measures regarding hand washing, ventilation and disinfection of surfaces are maintained.