REMINDER OF SANITARY MEASURES: WEARING OF MASKS AND HEALTH PASS
Our good practices:
- Wearing a mask is compulsory;
- Marking of the entry and exit area with markers;
- Information to customers of the measures taken;
- Separation markings on the floor (1.50 metres) and separation to respect the rules of distancing;
- Provision of hydro-alcoholic gel at the entrance for visitors;
- Payment by bank card is preferred and recommended and ideally contactless (less than €50 by bank card or more than €50 for Apple Pay users);
- Plexiglass protection walls at the counters;
- Support for change;
- From 23 August 2021, a health pass is required to access the Architecture and Heritage Interpretation Centre
- The tour of Nîmes on the "Petit Train" is accessible to the public wearing a mask, and visitors are also invited to use the hydro-alcohol gel provided.
At the Tourist Office shop:
- Plexiglas protection at the cash desk;
- Payment by credit card is preferred and recommended and ideally contactless (under 50€);
- Support for change.
From 30 September, the health pass is compulsory for minors aged between 12 years and 2 months and 17 years.
Following the positive evolution of the sanitary situation, the wearing of a mask remains compulsory outdoors:
- in open-air food and non-food markets ;
- for all public gatherings involving large numbers of people;
- in waiting areas of public transport;
- in spaces and queues outside establishments open to the public.
The health pass extends to several sectors of activity, and its application becomes effective from the first visitor. It is compulsory in cafés, bars and restaurants, including on terraces, in long-distance transport, but also in medical establishments, hospitals and retirement homes.
Fines (€135) are imposed for failure to present or check the pass in the places concerned.
The health pass corresponds to one of the following conditions:
- an RT-PCR screening test or examination or an antigenic test (detection of the N protein of SARS-CoV-2) carried out less than 72 hours before the event - SI-DEP application.
- proof of vaccination status attesting to a complete vaccination schedule - Vaccin Covid application (for the "COVID-19 Vaccin Janssen" vaccine, 28 days after the administration of one dose; for the other vaccines, 14 days after the administration of a second dose, except for persons who have been infected by covid-19, for whom this period runs after the administration of one dose (proof generated by the Vaccin Covid application)
- a certificate of recovery from covid-19 infection issued on presentation of a document mentioning a positive result of an RT-PCR screening test or an antigenic test carried out more than fifteen days and less than six months previously. These documents can be presented in paper or digital format. They can be registered on the TousAntiCovid application (TAC-Carnet functionality).
From 9 August, the application of the health pass becomes effective from the first visitor.
Because of the worrying circulation of the Delta variant on the whole territory, the president of the Republic announced, Monday July 12th, new measures among which the extension of the sanitary pass. With regard to the decree published on Tuesday 20 July in the Official Journal announcing the terms of this measure, the City of Nîmes is putting in place new reception arrangements in the municipal places concerned.
Since 21 July, the health pass has been compulsory in cultural and leisure venues and establishments open to the public with more than 50 people.
To gain access to these venues, people over 18 years of age must present proof of non-contamination with Covid: certificate of full vaccination, negative RT-PCR or antigenic test less than 72 hours old, result of a positive RT-PCR test, at least 11 days old and less than 6 months old, attesting to the recovery of Covid. It can be presented in paper or digital format using the Tousanticovid application.
Musée de la Romanité, Musée d'Art Contemporain, Musée des Beaux Art, Musée du Vieux Nîmes, Musée des Cultures Taurines, Museum of Natural History, Bibliothèque du Carré d'Art, Arènes, Maison Carrée, Tour Magne.
The Serre Cavalier Library remains closed.
In accordance with the directives of the State to limit the propagation of COVID-19, and concerned about the health of our visitors, our employees and their families, the Nîmes Tourist Office welcomes you in the respect of sanitary standards and barrier gestures.
Our team is at your disposal for any question, 7 days a week on +33(0) 4 66 58 38 00 and email@example.com, as well as on social networks.