It's not official yet but the French Prime Minister announced on 3/3 that if things continue as they are the requirement for the Pass Vaccinal will be lifted on March 14.
Mixed news...it was good to know everyone in a restaurant or museum had been vaxx'd. On the other hand their vax rate in France is still WAY higher than in my state!
I'll add an update when this becomes official.
Anyone know if this is true now? Looks like COVID cases going back up in Europe right now...
The Pass Vaccinal requirement was removed on Monday 3/14. I know there are signs that cases are rising but they lifted the need for the Pass and decreased masking requirements. Now masks are only needed on public transport and in healthcare facilities.
France is also now allowing unvaccinated or partially vaccinated travelers to enter with a negative Covid test.
France has also move the US from "orange" status to "green" status. That might be an EU decision, but I'm not sure and can't track that down other than it being on France's list of green countries. (Green is better than orange.)