The vaccination pass is no longer mandatory. Wearing a mask is also no longer required in all enclosed areas. It is still compulsory in the public transport.
Certificate of vaccination equivalence
You automatically receive the EU COVID vaccination certificate or equivalent if you have been vaccinated in one of the following countries: European Union Member States, Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Faroe Islands, Georgia, Iceland, Israel, Liechtenstein, Northern Macedonia, Morocco, Moldova, Monaco, New Zealand, Norway, Panama, United Kingdom, San Marino, Serbia, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, Vatican
If not, you must obtain a certificate of vaccination equivalence by going to one of the pharmacies offering this service, and presenting your identity card and your vaccination certificate which must include your name, first name, vaccination date, vaccine used, if possible its batch number, the number of doses received and the country of vaccination.
In Reims, you can obtain your certificate of equivalence at the following pharmacies
- Pharmacie principale, 34 rue de Vesle
- Pharmacie Lafayette, 36 place Drouet D'Erlon
More details on the attestation of equivalence on the website: https://www.sante.fr/obtenir-un-passe-sanitaire-en-cas-de-vaccination-letranger (in French)
How to enter France
Since February 12, any person aged 12 and over entering France must present a proof of vaccination. Non vaccinated people from "green" countries must present a PCR test. Non vaccinated people from "orange" countries must have a compelling reason to enter France. For more information, please visit: https://www.gouvernement.fr/info-coronavirus (in French)