Face mask, social distancing still mandatory at testing and vaccination sites



People must continue to stand 1.5 meters from each other at coronavirus testing and Covid-19 vaccination sites, even after Saturday. In addition, they must wear face masks, although those rules no longer apply to most other places in the rest of the country.

This should reduce the risk of mutual contamination, as people who may be infected with the coronavirus continue to visit testing sites, said GGD Ghor, the organization representing GGD’s municipal health services.

They have Covid-type complaints, or have been in contact with someone who tested positive for the coronavirus. Vaccination sites are visited by people who have not been vaccinated at all, or who have not yet been fully vaccinated.

With a distance of 1.5 meters and the use of face masks, “we keep the testing and vaccination process as safe as possible,” according to the GGD.

From Saturday, anyone aged 13 and over must have a coronavirus access pass to access restaurant businesses, sporting and other events or cultural sites. Visitors must demonstrate that they have tested negative for the coronavirus, have recovered from a coronavirus infection, or have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

Due to this new restriction, the government suspended most of the rules dictating the mandatory use of face masks and social distancing.


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