Health measures in force
Health measures in forceDernière modification le 14/04/2023
Vaccination requirement lifted for healthcare workers and end of automatic self-isolation for positive cases
Since Saturday 11 March 2023, people who test positive for COVID-19 are no longer automatically required to self-isolate. Since the same date, contacts of a positive case are no longer monitored by the epidemiological investigation unit and no longer have to perform a PCR or antigenic test at D+2 of the last contact.
Since Monday 27 March 2023, the obligation to vaccinate against covid-19 provided for by law n°1.509 of 20 September 2021 has been lifted in advance, thus allowing the reinstatement of suspended personnel.
As of Saturday 1 April 2023, it is no longer compulsory to wear a mask in collective accommodation for the elderly.
In premises where doctors, dentists, midwives, psychologists, osteopaths, pharmacists and medical auxiliaries work, the obligation to wear a mask may be imposed by the person in charge of these premises.
In health care facilities, masks are still required to be worn by visitors, consultants and staff only in conventional hospital wards.
In other departments, the obligation to wear a mask is left to the discretion of the head of department.
Teleworking for employees of the Principality residing in France, Monaco and Italy is extended until 30 June 2023.
For employees residing in France and Monaco, employers are invited to “switch” to the teleworking scheme governed by law n°1.429 of 4 July 2016 on teleworking.