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Covid 19 and Health Pass

Find all the information and news related to the current sanitary context of the Covid 19. The city of Marseille and the Metropolitan Tourist and Convention Office of Marseille are doing their utmost to welcome you in the best conditions and to ensure that health measures are respected.

(Last updated: 16/08/2022)

‘The vaccination pass’

What is the ‘Vaccination pass’ ?

It is a digital or written certificate that verifies that a person’s vaccination status is complete.
Since 24 January 2022 it has replaced the Health Pass.

Since 14 March 2022, the vaccination pass is no longer mandatory. However, it remains in force in health and medico-social establishments.

Wearing a mask 

As of 16 May 2022, it is no longer compulsory to wear a mask on all public transport.
Metro, tram, bus, coach, train, plane and taxi.

It is still required in health and care facilities.

What to do if you are positive?

If you have a complete vaccination schedule up to date

Isolation for 7 full days from the date of onset of symptoms or the date of sampling (positive test).
After 5 days, the positive person can be released from isolation if :
– They perform a test (Antigenic or RT-PCR) and it is negative
– They have had no symptoms for 48 hours

If the test after 5 days is still positive or if they do not wish to test again, their isolation is maintained for 7 days.

If you have an incomplete vaccination schedule or if you are not vaccinated.

Isolation for 10 full days from the date of onset of symptoms or from the date of sampling (positive test).
After 7 days, the positive person can be released from isolation if :
– They perform a test (Antigenic or RT-PCR) and it is negative
– They have had no symptoms for 48 hours

If the test after 7 days is still positive or if they do not wish to test again, their isolation is maintained for 10 days.

It is strongly recommended that barrier measures and the wearing of a mask be followed for the first 7 days following the release from isolation.

What to do if you are in contact?

People who have been in contact with a Covid-19 positive person are no longer required to remain in isolation. However, they are required to strictly apply the measures in force, namely
– Wearing a mask indoors and outdoors when in contact with other people.
– limiting contact (especially with people at risk)
– Preferring to work from home.

Contact cases must undergo a test (Antigen / RT-PCR / Self-test) 2 days after having been in contact with the positive person. While waiting for the result, the person should remain in isolation. If the antigenic test or self-test is positive it should be confirmed by a PCR test.

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FAQ Covid 19

  • Where can I get tested in Marseille ?

    Find all the information about screening in Marseille : screening centers, test drives, pharmacy …
    Find a screening center in the Bouches-du-Rhône Department

    Note: Since October 15, 2021, if you do not present a health pass or a doctor’s prescription, antigen and PCR tests are chargeable.

  • Where can I get vaccinated?

    There are several places where you can be vaccinated in Marseille.
    In pharmacies, in some doctors’ offices, in hospitals, in vaccination centres (stadiums, gymnasiums, etc.), provided that you are eligible for vaccination.
    To make an appointment and find a place near you there are 2 platforms:

    www.maiia.com

    www.doctolib.fr

  • What are the numbers to contact in case of symptoms ?

    You can contact the toll-free number which is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week : 0 800 130 000.

    This telephone platform (free call from a landline in France) allows you to obtain information about Covid-19.

    Warning : the platform is not authorized to give medical advice, if you present symptoms (fever, cough, unusual tiredness, headache, aches, sore throat, loss of taste or smell) stay at home and call your doctor. If the signs get worse, with difficulty breathing and signs of choking, call 15 or 114 for people who have difficulty speaking or hearing.

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