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HEALTH PASS REQUIRED TO ACCESS THE 24 HOURS OF LE MANS

FROM 18 AUGUST 2021

ADMISSION = 1 PRINTED TICKET + 1 VALID QR CODE

To access the Circuit des 24 Heures du Mans, all spectators aged 18 and over must present a QR Code and proof of identity in addition to their printed ticket.

HOW TO GET A QR CODE ?

Negative PCR or antigen test result within the previous 72 hours*

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Proof of completed vaccination schedule (final shot received more than 7 days beforehand*)

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Positive PCR test result, more than 11 days and no more than 6 months beforehand*

DOWNLOAD THE QR CODE ON

The TousAntiCovid App

The SI-DEP Portal

WHAT RULES APPLY TO FOREIGN VISITORS?

Spectators from Europe (other than France) are asked to check that their country has introduced the European Health Pass. If not, you must have a PCR or antigen test once in France*.

Non-European spectators must have a PCR or antigen test less than 72 hours before arriving in France*.

A charge applies to tests for spectators who do not have a French social security card (€49 for a PCR test and €29 for an antigen test)*.

GETTING INTO THE CIRCUIT ?

HEALTH PASS INFORMATION

*Proof of a negative test within the previous 72 hours. All PCR and antigen tests generate proof as soon as the result is input into tracing information system (SI-DEP) by the health professional. The result can be printed directly and retrieved by the patient from the SI-DEP portal following email and SMS notification. The proof can then be imported into the TousAntiCovid app by the patient.

This is done:

  • Using the paper document or the PDF file sent by SI-DEP with the test result
  • By scanning the QR Code on the left side of the document
  • By clicking the link on the SI-DEP portal to import the test result directly into TousAntiCovidCarnet (the app “wallet”).

The 72-hour test validity period is strictly applied for admission to the event site.

**Vaccination, provided that the schedule has been completed, either

  • 7 days after the second injection for two-shot vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca), or
  • 4 weeks after the injection for single-shot vaccines (Johnson & Johnson), or
  • 7 days after a single vaccine injection for people who have already had Covid.

Since 27 May, everyone who has been vaccinated can retrieve their vaccination certificate from the French Health Insurance “patient portal”. Also, any health professional can return a vaccination certificate and print it at the patient’s request.

The QR Code on the right-hand side of the vaccination certificate can then be scanned and imported into the app wallet (TousAntiCovidCarnet) on a smartphone.

***Positive PCR test results obtained more than 11 days and less than six months beforehand can indicate a limited risk of reinfection with Covid-19. The process for retrieving proof of a positive test result is the same as for negative tests via SI-DEP (see above).
Further information on https://www.gouvernement.fr/en/coronavirus-covid-19

STAY SAFE. PROTECT OTHERS.

  • A face mask must be worn (including children aged 11 and over)
  • Keep a distance of 1 m
  • Wash your hands regularly
  • Use disposable tissues, and dispose of them properly
  • Greet others without shaking hands, kissing or embracing
  • Cough or sneeze into your elbow or a tissue
  • Health & Safety teams will be posted around the circuit