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Key dates in France for new Covid rules this winter, plus contact details of our two local vaccination centres.

New Covid measures for mask wearing, health passes and booster jabs were announced by Health Minister Olivier Véran on November 25 as France faces a fifth wave of Covid-19.

Here are the key dates for new Covid rules this winter.

2021

Friday, November 26

Masks must be worn in inside spaces including places where a health pass is required for entry

Prefects have the right to extend this rule to open air spaces such as markets depending on the incidence rate (the number of cases per 100,000 people) in their departments.

 

Saturday, November 27

People in France aged over 18 are eligible for booster doses from this date onwards, depending on when they had their previous dose.

Monday, November 29

The validity period for negative Covid tests will be reduced from 72 to 24 hours.

From this date, primary school classes will remain open to students with proof of Covid negative status even if a Covid case is detected in the class. Previously classes were closed if a case was identified.

Wednesday, December 15

People aged 65 must have had a booster dose in order to use their vaccine status to validate their health pass.

2022

Saturday, January 15 

All adults in France must have had a booster dose in order to use their vaccine status to validate their health pass.

As people are only eligible for booster doses five months after their last vaccine or being infected with Covid, a two-month grace period will be applied, and passes will become invalid seven months after a previous dose or Covid infection.

An alert will also be added to the Tous Anti Covid app warning users when their pass is approaching invalidity.

Early 2022

The government will give a decision on whether Covid vaccinations will be made available to children under 12.

The European Medicines Agency gave its approval for children aged 5-11 to get vaccinated against Covid on November 25.

Opening times and contact details to make an appointment at our two local vaccination centres.

À Salies-de-Béarn, au Pôle social (CCAS), chemin Bellecave.
Rendez-vous obligatoire par téléphone au 05 59 38 31 08  

Seul le numéro de téléphone 05 59 38 31 08 est disponible pour prendre rendez-vous. Attention ! Ce numéro peut être renvoyé vers les services de la mairie de Salies-de-Béarn. Veuillez renouveler votre appel si nécessaire.

Ouverture du centre :
Les lundi 6 décembre, de 14 h 30 à 19 h, et le jeudi 9 décembre, de 9 h à 12 h 15 et de 14 h 30 à 19 h. 
Les mardi 14 et vendredi 17 décembre, de 9 h à 12 h 15 et de 14 h 30 à 19 h.
À partir du mardi 21 décembre : tous les mardi et jeudi, de 9 h à 12 h 15 et de 14 h 30 à 19 h, et le vendredi, de 14 h 30 à 19 h.
Nota bene : c’est le vaccin Moderna, réservé aux personnes de plus de 30 ans, qui vous sera administré dans ce centre. Ce rappel de la 3e dose est ouvert à toute personne à partir de 5 mois après la dernière injection ou 4 semaines si vous avez reçu un vaccin Janssen. 

 

À Sauveterre-de-Béarn, aux établissements de Coulomme (Ehpad), rue Yann Dou Sabalot.
Rendez-vous obligatoire via le site www.doctolib.fr ou par téléphone, au 05 59 38 79 86, de 10 h à 12 h et de 14 h à 16 h.
Ouverture du centre : du lundi au vendredi, de 9 h 30 à 17 h, et le samedi, selon les possibilités.
Nota bene : c’est le vaccin Pfizer qui vous sera administré dans ce centre.

 

Attention : aucune personne ne sera vaccinée sans rendez-vous.

 

 

 

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