En De
Total doses
given
25.7M
People fully
vaccinated
9.2M
% Fully
vaccinated
78.67%
Masks
Not required
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Public Place:

02.06.2022

07/03/2022: Wearing a mask is compulsory in care establishments such as hospitals and nursing homes; and in public transport; 23/05/2022: The obligation to wear a mask is abolished everywhere except in hospitals; in medical practices (at the doctor's office) and in pharmacies.

18.05.2022

07/03/2022: Wearing a mask is recommended; but compulsory in care establishments such as hospitals and nursing homes; and in public transport.

12.05.2022

04/05/2020: All staff in residential care centers who come into contact with residents are advised to wear a surgical mask; at least if there is sufficient stock. Obligatory use of face mask on public transport for all persons over the age of 12 years.; 11/07/20: Wearing a face mask compulsory from Saturday in shops and some other indoor spaces where people gather for persons over the age of 12.; 01/10/2020: Use of mask outdoors is only obligatory in crowded setting or when safe 1.5 m physical distance cannot be kept. Wearing a mask is compulsory for all people (customers; employees; employers; etc.) from 12 years old in shopping streets; shops and shopping centres; and any private or public place with heavy traffic. A face shield is allowed as alternative. The mayors are responsible for determining which are the shopping streets and the private or public places with high traffic in their municipality; 01/09/2020: Start of the school year; masks to be worn by adults and all students over the age of 12.; 20/03/2021: Children from the age of 10 must wear masks in school.; 19/07/2021: A mask is compulsory in the following circumstances: a) when it is impossible to guarantee compliance with social distancing rules according to the principles provided for in the ministerial decree b) in stores and shopping centers c) in spaces accessible to the public of companies; public authorities or associations as well as the cultural; festive; sporting; recreational and event sectors in audiences d) in buildings of worship g) in libraries; game libraries and other media libraries h) in busy shopping streets; markets; annual markets; second-hand and flea markets and fairs; i) in public transport and train stations j) in establishments both for staff and customers; except when eating; drinking or sitting at a table k) in public and non-public areas of courts l) at trade fairs; including trade fairs m) during demonstrations. The mask can be removed for eating or drinking; or when wearing it becomes impossible due to the nature of the activity. ; 01/09/2021: wearing a mask is no longer compulsory in public-accessible spaces of companies; as well as in the sector for events and celebrations; private gathering less than 200 people indoors and 400 people outdoors.; 01/10/2021: wearing of a mask is compulsory for people over 12 years old in the indoors in transport spaces; in health care establishments; for staff and patients/clients of medical contact professions; during events; cultural and other representations; sports competitions and training; and during congresses over 500 people; 29/10/2021: The current obligation to wear a mask is extended to a general obligation in the following interior spaces specified in July 2021.; 29/11/2021: mask also required during private meetings inside from 50 people and outside from 100 people; masks are recommended for private meetings of all sizes.; 03/12/2021: While wearing a mask is already compulsory; it is now from the age of 6; 19/02/2022: wearing a mask only compulsory from the age of 12; 07/03/2022: Wearing a mask is recommended; but compulsory in care establishments such as hospitals and nursing homes; and in public transport.

21.04.2022

You are allowed to exercise outdoors with a maximum of 4 people. Keep 1.5 meters distance. Jacuzzis; steam rooms; fitness centres and ski slopes (including hiking) and ski centres are closed. The swimming pools are open; 26/04/2021: You can exercise outdoors with max 10 ppl; at 1.5 m distance. For clubs or associations 25 ppl; 9/06/2021: Jacuzzis; steam rooms and fitness centres reopen; fitness rooms must follow ventilation protocol with air quality measurement devise visible. Non professional sports events for up to 50 people indoors and 100 people outdoors (except contact sports); 01/11/2021: obligation to present a Covid Safe Ticket from the age of 16 for any indoor sport (whatever the sport and whatever the number of people) and from 200 people outdoors (public; athletes and supervisors included); 27/11/2021: Indoor sports competitions; both amateur and professional; can only take place without an audience. Participants up to the age of 18 may however be accompanied by their parents; 28/01/2022: Organized group activities such as the practice of sport at a non-professional level are authorized up to 80 people inside and 200 people outside.; 7/03/2022: Restrictions on sport activities lifted due to yellow barometer level.

19.04.2022

23/04/2021 Starting from the 26/04; restaurants allowed to open and have guests: outside only; with physical distancing limitations; 1.5 meters between tables; 4 people per table; Wearing a mask is compulsory for staff and customers as long as they are not seated at the table; no bar service; opening hours: 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.; 6/06/2021 the outdoor service is extended until 11:30 pm. Table rules remain. Indoor catering opens between 8am and 10pm. The maximum number of people per table is 4 or one household per table. A distance of least 1.5 meters must be maintained between tables; 27/06/2021: a maximum of eight people per table is allowed; children up to the age of 12 not included. An entire household can share a table. The compulsory closing time will be extended to 1am. This closing time also applies to food deliveries and night shops. The use of plexiglass is permitted on terraces as an alternative to the 1.5-metre rule between table parties. Pub games and gambling are allowed; provided a face mask is worn. The number of attendees at banquets and receptions is no longer limited. For the remainder; the rules for the catering industry are applicable. You have to stay seated at the table; in this case wearing a face mask is not required; 01/09/2021: there will be no more restrictions with regard to opening and closing times; the number of people at the table; the distance between groups of people at the table; the terraces; noise level and bar service. The obligation to provide seats is also abolished.

19.04.2022

Mass gatherings are cancelled - places of worship were initially included under mass gatherings.

19.04.2022

Cafes and restaurants are all closed. This will be for a two week period and then re-evaluated. Take away service is still permitted up until 22:00. Catering is only allowed within hotels serving guests staying there as well as caterings to funeral services (max 40 people); 26/04/2021: Restaurants allowed to open and have guests outside only with physical distancing limitations.

19.04.2022

08/06/2020: Max 10 people per table and a distance of 1.5 metres between each table. staff must wear facial masks. Exceptions: Home delivery and drive-in are also permitted and Hotels will remain open; 06/10/2020: Cafés; cafeterias and other places where drinks are served there is maximum of 4 people per table; with the exception of people living under the same roof. Cafes close at 11:00 p.m; 19/10/2020: Cafes and restaurants will be closed.

19.04.2022

13/03/2020: Nightclubs; cafes and restaurants are closed; 08/06/2020: All catering establishments such as cafes; bars and restaurants will be open again.

19.04.2022

08/03/2021: A maximum of 50 people are allowed in places of worship; subject to compliance with the rules of distancing and the obligation to wear a mask. Funerals can take place with a maximum of 50 people and a maximum of 1 person per 10 square meters; 09/06/2021: Worship services; weddings and funerals are allowed for up to 100 people indoors and 200 people outdoors. If the capacity of the room follows the principles of the CIRM; the rules laid down for events apply; 27/06/2021: Ceremonies: up to 200 people indoors and 400 people outdoors; 26/10/2021: There is an obligation to wear a mask; 17/11/2021 Wearing a mask is compulsory from the age of 10.

19.04.2022

Restricted to one person per 10 square metre. Only two people per household can shop. Facemask is mandatory; 27/01/2021; reopening of non-medical client-facing professions is not yet appropriate (until June 6); 13/02/2021: hairdressers reopen under very strict conditions. You cannot buy alcohol after 8 pm; 09/06/2021: fairs and flea markets are permitted; 27/06/2021: The number of people you can shop with is no longer limited. Wearing a face mask remains mandatory. *** Markets; year markets; fairs; bric-a-brac and flea markets: for more than 5;000 visitors; a one-way traffic system must be put in place with separate entrances and exits. Face masks are mandatory in July and August. *** Funfairs: for more than 5;000 visitors; a one-way traffic system must be put in place with separate entrances and exits. Face masks are mandatory in July and August. Hands must be sanitised before the attraction and social distancing should be practiced between visitors or authorised groups. Applicable rules must be signposted at the stand or the attraction; 26/12/2021: Shopping can be done with a maximum of 2 people (with the exception of minors from their own household). 1 visitor is allowed per 10 m2 of retail space. It must be possible to guarantee a distance of 1.5 m between consumer groups. If the commercial area is greater than 400 m2; adequate access control must be provided; 18/02/2022: no more restrictions.

19.04.2022

30/10/2020: Non-essential stores are closing but can organize collection and home deliveries of goods ordered in advance. Access to the store prohibited when withdrawing purchases; 01/12/2020: Non-essential shops may reopen.

19.04.2022

Small markets and fairs remain open; but the consumption of food and beverages is prohibited. Flea markets; flea markets and small Christmas markets are prohibited. 29/10/2020: Store purchases can only be made individually or with one other person for up to 30 minutes (per store). Wellness centres; including but not limited to saunas; jacuzzis; steam baths and hammams; unless their use is private will be closed; 30/10/2020: Non-essential stores are closing but can organize collection and home deliveries of goods ordered in advance. Access to the store prohibited when withdrawing purchases.

19.04.2022

04/05/2020: only fabric and haberdashery shops to allow everyone to make masks. Open-air markets can reopen under several conditions: the agreement of the local authorities; a maximum of 50 street vendors; mandatory mask for vendors and recommended for customers; a traffic plan. Contact trades; such as hairdressers; cannot open yet; 18/05/2020: Hairdressers and beauty salons may reopen. Conditions: by appointment only; mask is obligatory for all; social distance between clients; 23/07/2020 Wearing a mask will be compulsory: in markets; flea markets and fairgrounds; in shopping streets and any private or public place with high traffic as defined by local authorities; 23/09/2020 Regarding shopping ; there is no longer a limit on the number of people (always with respect for the safety distance) and the time allowed for shopping.

19.04.2022

13/03/2020: Non-essential shops remain closed; 04/05/2020 Only fabric and haberdashery shops reopen and everyone has to wear masks. Open-air markets can reopen under several conditions: the agreement of the local authorities; a maximum of 50 street vendors; mandatory mask for vendors and recommended for customers; a traffic plan. OLD: Contact trades; such as hairdressers; cannot open yet.

19.04.2022

04/05/2020: Physical activity will be allowed with two people in addition to those living under the same roof; as long as safe distances are respected. It will also be allowed to practice other sports activities in the open air. If these sports require an infrastructure; access to showers or facilities will not be allowed; 18/05/2020: Regular sports training sessions and club training sessions can be resumed in the presence of a trainer. Conditions: Groups are limited to 20 people; social distance must be guaranteed; club cafeterias remain closed. Sport and recreation Sites of natural interest; such as animal parks; may reopen. Conditions: online or telephone ticketing; traffic plan; cafeterias and restaurants in these parks remain closed as well as attractions and playgrounds; 08/06/2020: sport activities may resume with exception of swimming pools and contact sports; 01/07/2020: all sports will be allowed.

19.04.2022

13/03/2020: All recreational activities (sports; cultural; folkloric; etc.) are cancelled; 04/05/2020: Physical activity will be allowed with two people in addition to those living under the same roof; as long as safe distances are respected. It will also be allowed to practice other sports activities in the open air. If these sports require an infrastructure; access to showers or facilities will not be allowed.

19.04.2022

Open are outdoor playgrounds; museums; zoos; amusement parks (outdoor areas); other places are closed; e.g. cinemas; casinos; 09/06/2021: discos and dance clubs are still closed; while cinemas; bowling alleys; arcades; casinos; betting agencies reopen with ventilation protocols; same for natural parks; animal parks; indoor playgrounds; indoor leisure facilities; tropical swimming pools; casinos; betting companies; arcades; unmanned solariums and bowling alleys; sex working is permitted; saunas; jacuzzis; steam paths reopen; 01/09/2021: Nightclubs and dance halls will be able to reopen their doors from October 1 on the basis of more specific protocols in terms of air quality; ventilation and maximum capacity depending on the surface area; 01/10/2021: it is again allowed to dance in cafes. Discos; dance halls and night clubs may also reopen provided they use the Covid Safe Ticket and ensure sufficient air quality and ventilation; while respecting reinforced protocols.

19.04.2022

Everything is closed. For example cinemas; casinos; amusement parks and zoos. There are no events or performances. For example: theatre or concerts. Outdoor playgrounds will remain open.

19.04.2022

All entertainment venues (including cinemas and theatres) allowed except for discotheques and larger events such as festivals. Different protective measures required depending on venue. Maximum 200 people indoors; 400 people outdoors. List provided over places where use of mask is obligatory as well as where contact details must be provided. Animal parks; natural parks may open. Conditions: online or telephone ticketing; traffic plan; cafeterias and restaurants in these parks remain closed as well as attractions and playgrounds.

19.04.2022

Entertainment venues included nightclubs; cafes and restaurants are closed. All recreational activities (sports; cultural; folkloric; etc.) are cancelled.

19.04.2022

18/05/20: reopening of primary and secondary - teachers to wear face masks for reopening of primary and secondary schools. But not when teaching children.

19.04.2022

Visits allowed following restrictions. Visits in all their forms are canceled to limit the risk of infection.

19.04.2022

Public events like plays and football matches will be allowed outdoors. Wearing a mask is compulsory for everyone outside. The CST is mandatory from 100 participants outdoors. A capacity of up to 200 people is still allowed. An occupancy rate of 70 or even 100% is authorized for the largest rooms provided that the air quality is maintained below 900 ppm; 18/02/2022: A capacity of 200 people is still allowed; but can be increased to 80% for all outdoor activities and 100% for outdoor activities; if working with compartments with a maximum of 2;000 people or if additional anti-crowding (crowd management) measures are taken after positive advice from the local security unit.; 07/03/2022: no more restrictions on gatherings.

19.04.2022

Events accessible to the public and cultural and other performances that take place indoors or in a covered area can be organized for a seated audience of maximum of 200 people; mask-wearing and Covid Safe Ticket (CST) compulsory from 50 people; 28/01/2022: Public events like plays and football matches will be allowed indoors; with the exception of dynamic indoor events like dance parties. Wearing a mask is compulsory for everyone inside. The CST is mandatory from 50 participants indoors. A capacity of up to 200 people is still allowed. An occupancy rate of 70 or even 100% is authorized for the largest rooms provided that the air quality is maintained below 900 ppm; 18/02/2022: A capacity of 200 people is still allowed; but can be increased to 70% for dynamic indoor activities; 80% for indoor non-dynamic activities and 100% if the air quality is below an average measured value of 900 ppm CO2 for indoor activities.; 07/03/2022: barometer set to yellow; no covid safe ticket nor capacity restrictions.

19.04.2022

Discos and dance halls must close. ; 06/12/2021: Cinemas can accommodate a maximum of 200 people per room; subject to a distance of 1.5 m between each group. ; 26/12/2021: The interior spaces of the cultural; festive and recreational sectors are closed; with the exception of: libraries; museums; organised activities for vulnerable groups; educational activities and activities for young people with professional supervision; party and reception rooms only for weddings and funerals. Cinemas; laser games; bowling alleys; escape rooms; paintball; snooker; darts and billiards centers as well as indoor trampoline parks must also close. ; 30/12/2021: Return to the measures applied on 3 December: only seats; wearing of the compulsory mask; use of the CST from 50 spectators; maximum 200 spectators. These conditions will also apply in cinemas and the events sector; 28/01/2022: With the exception of nightclubs and dance halls; certain indoor spaces can reopen to the public; 18/02/2022: Nightlife can resume at 70% capacity.; 7/03/2022: no more restrictions on nightlife.

19.04.2022

The Concertation Committee recommends continuing to limit contact and test during the Christmas period.

19.04.2022

08/06/2020: Religious or philosophical worship can resume subject to compliance; in particular; with the following rules: The safety distance must be respected with a maximum of 100 people present; From July; this number of people will be extended to 200; similar to what is done in the cultural and sports sector; Rites with physical contact remain prohibited; 23/10/2020: Indoor events and activities (cultural; religious; educational; associative): maximum 40 people are authorized if there are sufficient guarantees that the organization allows compliance with the rules of the fight against the coronavirus; and maximum 200 people subject to compliance with the 1.5 meter distance rule and wearing a mask; 28/10/2020: Places of worship can remain open.

19.04.2022

Outdoor events in an uncovered space can take place with a maximum of 100 people. This applies to Christmas markets; winter villages; cultural and other performances; and conferences. Mass events of more than 100 people must follow specific rules: using the Covid Safe Ticket and obtaining prior permission from local government.

19.04.2022

Outdoor activities for up to 50 people will be allowed during May 2021. Wearing a mask and respecting an appropriate physical distancing is mandatory. Club or associations can have events max 25 ppl; outdoors; spending the night not allowed.

19.04.2022

29/10/2020 Everything is closed. For example cinemas; casinos; amusement parks and zoos. There are no events or performances. For example: theatre or concerts. Outdoor playgrounds will remain open; 08/03/2021 Organised outdoor activities (sports and others) are allowed.

19.04.2022

01/07/2020: Events capacity - indoors max 200 people / outdoor max 400 people - following all safety rules. 19/10/2020 Professional Sport events are allowed to have a seated audience of maximum 200 people. Food and beverage service is not permitted.

19.04.2022

Private meetings inside are prohibited; with the exception of weddings and funerals (reception after the ceremony). These should be organized with the COVID Safe Ticket from 50 people indoors and 100 people outdoors. The conditions valid for the Horeca apply; although dancing with a mask is permitted; 03/12/2021: All private gatherings and activities inside are temporarily prohibited; including organized activities; but with the exception of sport; groupings at private homes or in low-capacity tourist accommodation; weddings and funerals.

19.04.2022

The Consultative Committee strongly recommends limiting social contacts as much as possible and preferably organizing these contacts outside; 27/11/2021: The Committee strongly encourages the use of self-tests when receiving guests in private homes.

19.04.2022

26/04/2021 Gatherings in groups of ten people; 27/06/2021 Up to eight people inside; excluding members of the same household and children up to the age of 12. This also applies to family holidays in tourist accommodation; 01/09/2021: there will no longer be any restrictions on receiving people at home.

19.04.2022

08/03/2021 Ten people will be able to gather outside . Respecting the rule of physical distancing of 1.5m remains important; 19/03/2021: The implementation of the outdoor plan is temporarily suspended; with the exception of activities for young people (young people up to 18 years old included) for a maximum of ten people; outdoors and without overnight stay.

19.04.2022

01/07/2020 The extended bubble rule which goes from 10 to 15 different people per week in addition to the household; 25/07/2020 Gatherings are limited to 15 people; 29/07/2020 Social bubble will increase to 5 people; always the same; for the next four weeks – and this; for an entire household and no longer per person. Children under 12 do not count in these 5 people. These 5 people are people in addition to the household with whom close contact takes place; that is to say contact during which safety distances are not always assured; 20/08/2020 Contacts with respect for safety distances are still limited to 10 people at the same time; 23/09/2020 Concerning social contacts; citizens can see all the people they want provided they keep their distance at all times and; if this is not possible; wear a mask. In any case; citizens cannot see more than 10 people in the same place at the same time (children not included); 09/10/2020 Private gatherings at home: maximum 4 people ; respecting safety distances or wearing a mask if this is impossible. Gatherings not organized outside: maximum 4 people ; except for people living under the same roof; 19/10/2020 Private gatherings are limited to 4 people for two weeks; always the same. Gatherings on public roads are limited to a maximum of 4 people; 18/12/2020 Maximum one close contact per household. The rule of four remains valid for outdoor gatherings.

19.04.2022

18/03/2020 Social bubbles of max 5 people from outside ones household and with whom close contact is allowed; is permitted. these five people must be the same people each time. Children under 12 years are not counted/included. Encounters/activities with a maximum of any 10 people allowed with requirement of 1.5m physical distancing; and use of face mask required if distance not possible to keep. Children under 12 years are not counted/included; 08/06/2020 It is possible to have closer contact with 10 different people per week in addition to the household (= extended personal bubble). This right is individual. People can also change every week; 20/08/2020 The social bubble of 5 people will remain applicable ; under the same conditions as in August. Contacts with respect for safety distances are still limited to 10 people at the same time; 23/09/2020 Citizens cannot see more than 10 people in the same place at the same time (children not included); 09/10/2020 Close contact (less than 1.5 m and now use of mask) allowed with max 3 people from outside ones household per month; is permitted. Private events in the household; maximum of four people are permitted as long as safe distancing is kept or masks are used; 19/10/2020 Close contact (less than 1.5 m and now use of mask) allowed with max 1 person from outside ones household per month; is permitted. Private events in the household; maximum of four people are permitted; it must be the same four people for two weeks and safe distancing must be kept or masks used; 02/11/2020 Each family member is entitled to close contact with 1 person. Families can only invite 1 person to their home at any one time; with whom they have close contact. No other visitors are allowed to the home. An exception can be made for people who live alone: they are still allowed 1 visitor in addition to the 1 person with whom they have close contact; but not at the same time. Strinct social bubble stops on 08 June 2021; 09/06/2021: anyone can have max 4 visitors; or max 4 visitors on the terrace at the same time.

19.04.2022

13/03/2020: Citizens are obliged to stay at home to avoid contact; 15/04/2020: Residents of accommodation facilities (i.e.; rest and care homes or centers for people with disabilities) are allowed to be visited by a designated relative.

19.04.2022

13/03/2020: Visits are now allowed.

19.04.2022

The government recommends that indoor events of more than 1;000 people not take place.

15.03.2022

The wearing of the mask becomes compulsory permanently in secondary schools; teachers and students were only required to wear it when moving in the hallways or in the classroom. ; 03/12/2021: Wearing a mask is compulsory in primary classes. ; 10/01/2022: Elementary; secondary and staff members (all levels) must wear the mask indoors at all times. Mask also compulsory for parents entering the school; 19/02/2022: wearing a mask will only be compulsory from the age of 12; 07/03/2022: wearing a mask will no longer be compulsory in education.

15.03.2022

Students from 5th and 6th grade wear a mask at school; as well as teachers in the same grades while teaching; 03/12/2021: in publicly accessible areas; a facemask is compulsory from the age of 6. In the non-publicly accessible areas (classroom; staff room; etc.); the following principles apply: a) Students must wear inside a mouth mask at school b) Staff must keep maximum distance between themselves and with other adults; 19/02/2022: wearing a mask will only be compulsory from the age of 12; 07/03/2022: wearing a mask no longer compulsory in education.;

15.03.2022

Staff members (all levels) as well as parents must wear masks indoors; under all circumstances. As for pupils; only secondary school pupils are required to wear masks; unlike nursery and primary school pupils; 08/12/2021: general obligation to wear a face mask from the age of 6; 19/02/2022: wearing a mask will only be compulsory from the age of 12; 07/03/2022: wearing a mask no longer compulsory in education.

01.03.2022

28/10/2021: tables are arranged so as to guarantee a distance of at least 1.5 meters between tables; except outside as long as the tables are separated by a plexiglass wall or an alternative; maximum of 8 people per table; children up to the age of 12 not included; each person must remain seated at their own table; no bar service is allowed; meals and drinks may be offered to take away; 27/11/2021: The maximum number of people per table is limited to 6. A household can share a table; regardless of the size of that household. Only seats at the table are authorized. Hours of operation are limited and range from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m; 28/01/2022: The closing time for restaurnts is extended to midnight. Wearing a mask remains applicable for customers and staff and the CST is mandatory. In addition; the rules concerning the capacity of 6 people per table and the ban on eating standing still apply; 18/02/2022: The imposed closing time disappears; as well as the limitation of the number of people per table and the obligation to consume seated. Only staff are required to wear a mask.

08.02.2022

22/12/2021: The consultative committee recommends the use of FFP2 respirators for vulnerable persons.;

21.12.2021

Indoors: only seats are allowed; in accordance with the Covid Safe Ticket rule accompanied by the wearing of a mask. The Covid Safe Ticket and prior permission from local government is required. The terms applicable in the Horeca sector are also valid for events.

16.12.2021

Gatherings may be organized outdoors with up to 750 participants. Events; cultural or other representations; competitions and sports training; and congresses; can be organized outdoors for an audience of up to 5;000 people. Compulsory use of mask for over 400 participants.

16.12.2021

Gatherings in the interior may involve up to 500 participants maximum. Events; cultural or other representations; sports competitions and training; and congresses; may be organized indoors for an audience of up to 3000 people. Compulsory use of mask for over 200 participants.

11.11.2021

Permitted capacity for outdoor events: an increase from 2;500 to 5;000 attendees; only when the COVID Safe Ticket allows access. Permitted capacity for indoor events: an increase of 100% of the CIRM capacity to a maximum of 2;000 attendees; with an increase to 4;000 attendees for test events as soon as the COVID Safe Ticket is available and only when the COVID Safe Ticket allows access to the event; 19/07/2021: fully vaccinated people (full vaccination plus two weeks); who present a certificate of recovery or a recent negative test can use the Covid Safe Ticket to attend; as from; 13/08/2021: outdoor events bringing together 1;500 people or more; and as from 01/09/2021; indoor events. In case of use of the Covid Safe Ticket; the rules concerning the wearing of a mask; social distancing and CIRM / CERM restrictions are abandoned; 20/08/2021: For theater; professional sports competitions and concerts; a maximum of 3000 people is allowed indoors and 5000 people outdoors; 01/09/2021: For events bringing together more than 200 indoor spectators and more than 400 outdoor spectators; the Covid Safe Ticket can be used; 01/10/2021: Organizers of indoor events bringing together 500 people or more and outdoor events bringing together 750 people or more will also be able to use the Covid Safe Ticket. In this case; the obligations of the CIRM/CERM fall. Wearing a mask and social distancing are no longer mandatory during these events.

20.11.2020

At least until 02 June: visits to LTCF allowed as long as can be done safely. Allow that residents of residential facilities – for example; nursing homes; care homes and facilities for the disabled – to be visited by a designated relative or close friend (provided that that person did not have symptoms over the last 2 weeks; and the individual is the same); same rules for anyone who lives at home alone. At some point after 2 June; the measures was regionalised.

09.10.2020

Non-essential shops closure: Open

Restrictive measures mandatory between 09 October 2020 to 31 December 2020

All shops are open. Night shops are open until 10:00 p.m. Markets are open. Wear a face mask in shops and at the market. This is mandatory. Do you own a shop? Read the guide by the FPS Economy with tips to open your shop safely. This guide also contains information for market vendors, hairdressers, beauticians and shopping centres. Pubs and restaurants are open until 1:00 a.m. It is best to make a reservation. You can go to bars or restaurants only with your family (or the people you live with) and your 5 stable contacts. Stay seated at the table. You must wear a face mask. This is mandatory. If you are sitting down at a table, you do not need to wear a face mask. You must leave your contact details.

Events stop: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 09 October 2020 to 31 August 2020

All locations have reopened, e.g. libraries, theme parks, indoor playgrounds and casinos. For official events, such as village fetes, sports competitions or cultural exhibitions, there will be a maximum number of people allowed to attend. a maximum of 200 people inside and 400 people outside. Each organisation has specific rules. Check the website You must wear a face mask (from the age of 12). This is mandatory in the following places: shops and shopping malls, shopping streets, crowded places, markets, public transport, libraries, cinemas, museums, theatres, concert halls and conference halls, auditoria, fairgrounds religious buildings You need to give your contact info when you go to: wellness centres sports lessons in a club swimming pools casinos party and reception rooms What is not yet allowed? Discotheques or night clubs are not yet allowed to reopen. Big events (such as festivals) are not allowed. Sport If you are part of a sports club you are allowed to exercise together with a maximum of 50 people. You can exercise in a fitness club, sports club or swimming pool. You can visit a sauna or wellness centre. Publicly accessible jacuzzis, hammams and steam rooms remain closed. Religion Worship services are allowed. A maximum of 200 people may attend. Physical contact is not allowed. You must wear a face mask (from the age of 12 years).