What is the “Covid Passports”?
It is a digital or written certificate that allows you to verify whether the person is vaccinated against Covid19 or to verify that they are not contaminated. Since July 21, 2021 this Pass is mandatory in many establishments. From August 1, the obligation will extend to bars, restaurants and brasseries.
One of the following certificates will be required:
– Certificate of vaccination (1st and 2nd injection of at least 7 days and 4 weeks for Johnson & Johnson vaccine)
– negative PCR or antigen test of less than 48 hours
– certificate of immunity for more than 11 days and less than 6 months
The sanitary pass applies to people over 12 years old.
The “Covid Passports” in Marseille
You will be asked for the Pass if you go to the following places:
The Mucem offers its visitors to perform free antigen tests from 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. These results are obtained in 15 minutes and are valid for 48 hours.
Chateau d’If and Chateau d’If island
Old Charity Center
Museum of Natural History
Chateau Borely – Museum of Decorative Arts, Earthenware and Fashion
Restaurant of Notre-Dame de la Garde
All theaters welcoming more than 50 people
Sports equipments :
Municipal swimming pools (Information on open swimming pools in Marseille) Stadiums and Gyms
Other places receiving more than 50 people:
All game rooms, cinemas, trade fairs, congresses, festivals, places of worship, zoos, circuses, libraries, funfairs, discos, dance clubs and bars.
You will be asked for your identity card when you present your Covid Passports.
> The Covid Passports is not required:
-For rides in the Petit-train
-In the Colorbus
-For boat trips to the If / Frioul islands (please note that the Sanitary Pass is required on the Isle of If)
-In the Basilica of Notre-Dame de la Garde (The sanitary pass is requested at the Restaurant of Notre-Dame de la Garde)