COVID-19 - Restrictions, closures and other measures

2. Establishments, shops, services and activities

  • Discotheques and dance halls
    • Access is limited to persons holding both a vaccination or recovery certificate and a test certificate (2G+).
    • As of 25 January 2022, in view of the easing of the contact quarantine, managers no longer have to collect contact details of their clients
    • Customers are not obliged to wear a mask or to sit down.  

  • Food and beverages establishments (restaurants and bars) 
    Establishments where consumption takes place on the premises are subject to the following rules:
    • Indoors: for persons aged 16 and over, establishments must limit access to vaccinated or recovered persons (2G).  Effective ventilation of the premises. One must not eat or drink standing up. You must sit down to consume. If you get up from a table inside a restaurant, you must wear a mask. 
      These restrictions do not apply to restaurants that restrict access to persons over 16 years of age to holders of a certificate of vaccination or recovery and who can also present a test certificate (2G+) 

      Certificate excemption:
      Company restaurants, catering establishments in social facilities (hostels) and in airport transit areas may waive the requirement to restrict access to persons with a certificate. They must implement adequate protective measures (distance required between customers or groups, masks when moving around and the obligation for people to sit down to consume).  
       
    • Outdoors: for those aged 16 and over, establishments may decide to limit access to persons with a certificate of vaccination, recovery or testing or impose stricter access restrictions. If an establishment has no plans to limit access outdoors, the required distance between groups should be maintained or effective partitions should be installed. People consuming in outdoor areas where access is not restricted to certificate holders should wear a mask when going inside the establishment (to the toilet, for payment), regardless of whether they have a certificate or not.

       
  • Shops, markets and service businesses
    All shops, service businesses and markets may be opened without capacity limitation. No certificate requirement is introduced. In indoor areas, masks must still be worn. Operators are still obliged to draw up and implement a protection plan which includes measures concerning hygiene and the management of the flow of people in such a way that the distance of 1.50 metres between all persons can be maintained. Seated consumption indoors is only possible if the establishment restricts access to persons over 16 with a COVID certificate.

    On outdoor markets, including Christmas markets, it is compulsory to wear a mask and consumption can only take place while seated (low table or high table).
     
  • Cultural, entertainment, leisure and sports facilities and establishments
    Access is restricted to holders of a certificate of vaccination or recovery (2G) (except where only their outdoor areas are open to visitors). Operators are still required to draw up and implement a protection plan that includes measures on hygiene, the mandatory wearing of masks except during the activity, the enforcement of access restrictions and personal data collection.

    Exemption from wearing a mask:
    It is possible to exempt oneself from wearing a mask in the establishment if access is limited to persons aged 16 and over with a certificate of vaccination or recovery and a test certificate (2G+). 

 

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Dernière modification
22 January 2022
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