In France face masks will no longer be mandatory indoors (Photo: Nicolas Tucat/Getty)

The requirement for a Covid19 vaccination passport to get entry to venues and public transportation will be removed, and face masks will no longer be required indoors.

From 14 March, France’s domestic vaccine passport will be withdrawn down, according to Prime Minister Jean Castex.

For vacationers with unvaccinated children aged 12 to 15, the end of the permit system will be wonderful news.

Those aged 12 to 15 must currently present a negative test result from a Covid19 test taken within the last 24 hours or proof of a recent infection in order to attend public areas or long-distance public transportation.

The country’s indoor face mask law will be repealed, with the exception of public transportation, where face masks will still be needed.

All public ski lifts in France fall under the regulations for public transport, meaning that face coverings are likely to remain mandatory for skiers and snowboarders on lifts.

At present, people aged 16 and over must have a pass vaccinal (vaccine pass) to access public services and venues. This must be either proof of vaccination, or proof of recovery dated more than 11 days and less than six months ago, or proof of a medical exemption.

For anyone over the age of 18 and 1 month old, proof of vaccination is only valid if it includes a booster dose. Boosters are required for those fully vaccinated more than seven months ago. From 15 February this requirement will drop to five months.

Face coverings are likely to stay compulsory for skiers and snowboarders on lifts in France because all public ski lifts are subject to public transportation laws.

To access public services and venues, anyone aged 16 and up must have a vaccination pass or vaccine pass. Proof of immunization, proof of recovery dated more than 11 days but less than six months ago, or proof of a medical exemption are all acceptable.

Proof of immunization is only accepted if it contains a booster dose for everyone over the age of 18 and under the age of one month. Those who were fully vaccinated more than seven months ago will need boosters. This need was reduced to five months as of February 15th.

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