With a new adjustment to the restrictions on the French Health Pass, Europe is beginning to reintroduce restrictions on the movement of non-vaccinated people.. With the nuances, even in some countries, the rates of infection per 100,000 citizens are higher than the peak reached during the previous waves of COVID-19, although there are very different circumstances at the front of the hospital.
from today, France marks a new milestone in the vaccine booster campaign: For many French people and those who want to move freely across the country, the health pass will be invalidated in the absence of a new vaccine against Covit-19. And this does not apply to people over 65 years of age.
Access to restaurants, bars, museums, theaters, or long-distance transportation made it possible for some immunocompromised patients. As of Wednesday, December 15, health pass verification has made it mandatory to use the booster dose of the corona virus vaccine, at least for certain categories of people.
In particular, People over the age of 65 and if the second dose of the full schedule is already before May 17, they will need a booster vaccine. In mid-November, health officials announced that the third dose would be given 5 to 7 months after the last dose.
But for those over 18 it needs a “green pass”. Johnson & Johnson vaccinated against growth before October 17, i.e. Johnson single dose. These individuals, eligible for booster one month after the first injection, had four weeks to receive the dose of a messenger RNA platform vaccine. After this deadline, your Health Pass will no longer be valid.
However, entry into the French territory continues to maintain the same conditions. If you come from a “green” country where the virus is considered to be in low circulation, you can do it with the current rules: Vaccines are approved. European Pharmaceuticals Company (Pfizer / BionTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Janssen – Johnson & Johnson) Or those with green light World Health Organization (Sinovac and Sinoform). On the other hand, people from similar countries may enter with a negative PCR or antigen test. This, at the very least, points to current health regulations.
If the booster dose in the health pass is taken into account and it is the third dose, the validity of the health pass will be immediate. Conversely, if it is the second dose of the Jansen vaccine, the new health QR will not be activated until 7 days after this new injection.
Italy and Super Green Passport
Against the increase of cases in Italy, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs explains on its website that the country is strengthening the conditions for entering its borders from tomorrow as the year-end holidays approach. In the meantime, the “Super Green Pass” will begin on December 6 and require workers to go to theaters, discos, restaurants, theaters and attend sporting events.
Vaccinated travelers, along with their vaccination certificate, must provide a negative result of an antigen test less than 24 hours or a negative result of a PCR test less than 48 hours. So far, the complete vaccination schedule has been adequate.
Italy, like other countries like Germany, is tightening the conditions for those who have not been vaccinated to go. As of Thursday, immunocompromised travelers seeking to enter Europe must provide a negative result of an antigen test of less than 24 hours or a PCR test of less than 48 hours, but respect the five-day isolation at the address. They will mention in a form. It is enough to have a negative test so far. Those wishing to enter the Schengen area from the outside without being vaccinated should be isolated for 10 days.
In Spain, meanwhile, there is no federal health regulation. However, many autonomous communities have begun to implement the green passport, although there are different motives.
At The United Kingdom, the government of Boris Johnson, has so far distanced itself from this certification, which will be required to enter discos and mass events.