SANITARY MEASURES FOR A SAFE CARTOON MOVIE • 21 January 2022
We follow closely the official recommendations from the French government (including the travel information for Europe).
On site, in Bordeaux
- The flow of circulation is regulated – entrance and exit are separated;
- Fabric masks are not allowed anymore: only medical masks (also known as surgical masks) and respirator masks (ie.: FFP2) are allowed.
- Masks are mandatory indoors, also when people are seated;
- Masks are also mandatory outside, in the city center of Bordeaux
- Regular use of hydro-alcoholic gel is also recommended.
The Vaccine Pass in France
On 16 January, the French National Assembly has voted the enforcement of the “Vaccine pass” which will replace the Health Pass.
- The Vaccine Pass will be enforced on 24 January, it will be required to show a full vaccination scheme to access restaurants and bars, cultural venues, professional fairs, among others (see more information here).
The full vaccination scheme includes a 3rd shot 7 months after the 2nd shot. On 15 February, the delay between the 2nd shot and 3rd shot will be reduced to 4 months.
- A certificate of Covid recovery (at least 11 days, less than 6 months old) stays a valid option for the Vaccine Pass
- A negative Covid-19 test will no longer be sufficient.
In the current situation, there are almost daily changes that can affect your trip. Please check the entry and exit requirements for your itinerary at least 48 hours before your flight. Take special care to ensure that all Covid-related documents are complete.
Depending on your country of residence, check if you need to present a Passenger Locator Form (PLF) upon return.
For participants coming from and returning to United Kingdom
Travelling to France from the UK
French government official guidance: I am a foreign national living abroad. Can I travel to France?
Vaccinated persons aged 12 years or over wishing to travel to France from the UK must present a PCR or antigen negative test result less than 48 hours old before travelling (24 hours old for those not fully vaccinated).
Besides the PLF mentioned above, you don’t need to fill in any other form.
Returning back to the UK
UK government official guidance: Travel to England from another country during coronavirus
You need to book (before you travel back to UK) a test for when you are back (no later than the Day 2 after you are back) and to fill a form (passenger locator form) within the 48 hours before you arrive in England