Japan Expo Sud - February 18-20, 2022 Marseille Chanot
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Covid Measures

Japan Expo Sud will be welcoming you in strict accordance with the sanitary rules set because of the COVID-19 virus, in order to guarantee everyone’s health and safety.

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Information dated 2022/01/24

The rules mentioned on this page are given for information purposes. They may undergo changes at any time until the event, or even during the event, depending on the latest official measures stated by the French Government and local authorities, which prevale on any other. 

COVID certificate

According to the rules in effect, access to the festival is submitted for anyone over the age of 16 to the presentation of a valid COVID certificate confirming that you are fully vaccinated.

Teenagers from 12 to 15 ans must be fully vaccinated or have the proof of a negative PCR test.

For more information about the COVD certificate and to know about the latest updtes, please read this page: www.diplomatie.gouv.fr

Don’t forget to bring an ID document with you: you must be able to present it in case of controls by the police. 

Health measures in the festival

MASK OBLIGATION

Wearing a mask is mandatory for everyone inside the festival.

Your mask must be properly fitted and cover your nose, mouth, and chin. You can wear a disposable mask (to be changed every 4 hours or whenever it is wet), or a washable cloth mask.

HAND SANITIZER AVAILABLE

Hand sanitizer will be available in various locations of the festival to allow you to wash your hands regularly. 

FLOW MANAGEMENT

Japan Expo Sud welcomes its attendees in accordance with the maximum capacity of the exhibition halls. The number of tickets sol dis limited to assure everyone’s safety and comfort. 

FOOD AND DRINKS

Eating and drinking are forbidden in the inside areas. You are allowed to eat and frink in the outside areas of the festival. 

PROTECTION ADVICE

To protect yourself and the people around you, don’t forget the other protective measures:

 
 
 
 
  • Clean your hands frequently with alcohol-based hand sanitizer, or soap and water. 
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze
  • Dispose of used tissues immediately and clean hands regularly
  • Blow your nose in disposable tissues
  • Dispose of used tissues immediately and clean hands regularly
  • Keep physical distance of at least 2 meters from others
  • Avoid touching your face
  • Avoid shaking hands with or hugging people to greet them

For more information about the COVID situation in France, the COVID certificate, protective measures, and more, please go to the French Government’s websites: www.gouvernement.fr/info-coronavirus (in French) and www.diplomatie.gouv.fr (in English)

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