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No Health Pass Needed on French Ski Slopes

04 Oct 2021

The French Secretary of State for Tourism has announced that a "Health Pass" will not be required on the ski slopes this winter unless  the COVID situation worsens in resorts. The precise protocol will be known in mid-October.


 

The Secretary of State,  Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne, delivered an announcement on September 30, at the end of the Domaines Skiables De France congress in Chambery:

"We will be opening the ski lifts this winter, we are just waiting for the health instructions. "

Officially, the details will be known on October 13, when the Health Vigilance bill is presented to the Council of Ministers.

Current regulations require people to have a "health pass" to visit indoor public spaces, travel on long-distance public transport, attend large events and visit cultural attractions.

 

Source: Le Figaro, Planet Ski


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