If the figures for the epidemic continue to climb, "the evolution of the situation allows us to envisage an easing of the constraints from the beginning of February", indicated the Prime Minister, Jean Castex, this Thursday, during a conference. Press.

Telework, vaccination pass, wearing a mask outdoors, health protocol in schools, nightclubs…

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summarizes what you need to remember from the schedule of health restrictions.

Monday, January 24: Entry into force of the vaccination pass and vaccination booster for all adolescents

The vaccination pass, succeeding the health pass for people at least 16 years old, will come into force from Monday "subject to the decision of the Constitutional Council" on Friday, announced Jean Castex.

This pass will be used to access leisure activities, restaurants and drinking establishments, fairs, seminars and trade shows and interregional public transport.

Its establishment, which should make it possible to "lift most of the restrictions taken" according to Jean Castex, remains suspended on a decision Friday of the Constitutional Council, seized by deputies and senators of the opposition.

The government will also open from Monday and without obligation, the reminder of vaccine against Covid-19 to all 12-17, announced Jean Castex.

"For 12 to 17 year olds, the opening of the booster has been decided for those with chronic pathologies, as many countries around us have done, I am announcing that we are going to extend this possibility of a booster vaccine for all but without obligation, starting next Monday, "said the Prime Minister

February 2: End of wearing a mask outdoors and compulsory telework

Prime Minister Jean Castex said on Thursday that wearing a mask would no longer be compulsory outdoors from February 2, the date on which the gauges will be abandoned in places open to the public.

Teleworking “will no longer be compulsory”, but recommended on this date, the head of government further indicated during a press conference in Matignon.

February 16: Reopening of nightclubs and return of standing concerts

Discotheques, which had been closed since December 10 because considered conducive to contamination by Covid-19, will be able to reopen on February 16, and standing concerts will be able to resume on this date, Prime Minister Jean Castex announced Thursday evening.

On Wednesday 16 February, standing consumption will also be possible again in bars.

It had been banned from January 3.

In addition, consumption will again be possible in stadiums, cinemas and transport.

Early March: Possible reduction in the health protocol at school

Prime Minister Jean Castex also indicated that the government was "considering" a relaxation of the health protocol for schools upon returning from the February vacation, he said.

“We will be able to consider, on the return from the February school holidays, a reduction in the health protocol” within schools, in terms of wearing a mask or the tests to be carried out, indicated the Prime Minister.

The last zone holiday return date is March 7th.

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