How is the filtering organized at the entrance to places of culture?

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This is merwednesday, July 21 that the health pass comes into effect in places of culture accommodating more than 50 people. How is this filtering at the entrance organized?

At the entrance of a Parisian cinema, spectators present themselves with a sanitary pass in hand. This is proof that they are immune, vaccinated or tested negative for Covid-19. Children under 18 can enter without a QR Code. Screening is generally well received by the public, but staff must refuse some customers. The cinema is very empty, attendance has dropped. “The results are rather negative, on a classic Wednesday we receive 130 customers in the morning, and we are currently at 28“, explains François de Mirman, regional director of CGR cinemas.

In Paris, you don’t shy away from the Louvre, where there is a long line to enter. The museum will be flexible for visitors who are not in the know: their reservation remains valid if, after having done the tests, they return during the day. But inside the building, the mask remains compulsory.


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