- The date of June 9 marks the second stage of deconfinement, with the effective implementation of the famous “sanitary pass”, the shift of the curfew to 11 p.m. and the reopening of new establishments, such as sports halls.
- A health tracking tool that has since become an information medium for users, the TousAntiCovid application will continue to evolve on this occasion.
- Vaccination certificates or a negative PCR or antigen test can be stored on the app and reminder notebooks in restaurants can also be dematerialized.
- We take stock in video.
After contamination tracing, the quantitative monitoring of the
coronavirus or the automatic creation of travel certificates,
TousAntiCovid will still evolve. From this Wednesday, June 9, the smartphone application launched last October by the government will offer two new features. The reopening of certain places, the possibility of dining indoors and
the deployment of the health pass across the country to attend major events have justified the implementation of these new features.
The app can be used as a “reminder book” in case of discovery of a positive case in a bar, a restaurant or a gym. To be informed of a possible risk of contamination, it will suffice to scan, upon arrival, a QR which will generate an identifier for the manager of the establishment.
The other novelty is the possibility of storing directly on the app certificates proving a complete vaccination or a recent negative result of a PCR or antigen test. To understand everything about these terms, 20 Minutes takes stock in video.