Coronavirus in France: what changes, even for vaccinated Belgians

Change is taking place in France from this Saturday, January 15. “Le Soir” takes stock.

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Published on 01/15/2022 at 09:42
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DA change is taking place in France from January 15 with the entry into force of the new health pass.

From January 15, 2022, all people aged 18 and over must have received their booster dose a maximum of 7 months after their last injection or covid infection to benefit from a health pass valid in France, explains the SPF Foreign Affairs.

All people who take their booster dose will have a new QR code, which will become valid 7 days after their injection, whether it is a 2nd dose, a 3rd dose or more. This will therefore be the new health pass to be presented in places and events where it is required.

No booster dose within the requested time frame

For people who do not make their reminder within the required time, the QR code of their previous vaccination certificate will be deactivated, their previous vaccination certificate equivalent to a health pass will therefore no longer be valid.

As a reminder, as explained by the FPS Foreign Affairs since December 15, 2021, the rules relating to the “sanitary pass” for people aged 65 and over, and people vaccinated with Janssen are as follows:

– For people aged 65 and over: if more than 7 months have elapsed since the completion of their primary vaccination schedule, they must receive a booster vaccination

– For people vaccinated with the Janssen vaccine (regardless of their age): if more than 2 months have elapsed since their only vaccination, they must receive a booster shot.

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