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UK rail strikes on Saturday 08 of October 2022

There will be a national strike across the UK railway network on Saturday 08 of October.

We’ll be running a reduced timetable.

Please click here for more information.

Pass Vaccinal (vaccine pass) and Pass Sanitaire (health pass)

Anyone aged 12 and over must be able to prove their COVID-19 status to visit cafes, bars, restaurants, shopping centres, cultural and leisure venues, as well as for domestic travel by coach, plane, or train (including TGV connections).

If you are 16 or over, you must have a Pass Vaccinal (vaccine pass) which consists of presenting one of the following three forms of medical proof:

  • the QR code from your proof of full vaccination, OR
  • a proof of exemption from vaccination, OR
  • a RT-PCR or antigen test result showing recovery from COVID-19 (dated at least 11 days before, and less than six months old).

A negative COVID-19 test result is no longer accepted as a valid proof.

Important: If you are over 18 and haven’t had a COVID-19 vaccine booster yet, your vaccine pass will be valid for 7 months from the date of your last injection. From 15 February 2022, it will be reduced to 4 months. A booster jab is required to extend the validity of your vaccine pass. Find out more.
 

If you are aged 12 to 15, you must have a Pass Sanitaire (health pass) which consists of presenting one of the following three forms of medical proof:

  • the QR code from your proof of full vaccination, OR
  • a negative COVID-19 test (less than 24 hours old), OR
  • a RT-PCR or antigen test result showing recovery from COVID-19 (dated at least 11 days before, and less than six months old).

You can add your medical proof for both the vaccine pass and health pass to the TousAntiCovid app or carry a paper certificate.

Full details and exemptions