Since August 27, the French Government has implemented a new application procedure to deliver a COVID Certificate valid in France to U.S. and other non-EU visitors.
(IMPORTANT: The dedicated email application announced and implemented on August 9 is no longer valid.)
=> Applications must now be received through this website*.
The following conditions apply:
You are 18 years or over: Until 30 September 2021, the COVID certificate is not required for minors aged 12 to 17 years, and minors aged under 12 years old are not subject to COVID certificate requirements;
You have been vaccinated with a vaccine accepted by the European Medicines Agency or an equivalent & within the following time frame:
o After 4 weeks of receiving a one-dose vaccination (Johnson&Johnson);
o 7 days after the second injection for two-dose vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca);
o 7 days after and injection if you have recovered from COVID-19 (in this case, only one dose is necessary);
You are not a resident from the following countries: European Union Member States, Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, Switzerland, or United Kingdom (England and Wales only).*
You are already in France or you intend to arrive within the coming days. If you are not able to obtain a vaccination certificate, a negative result of an antigen test taken at a pharmacy, available all over France, grants the user a health pass that is valid for three days (72 hours).
If you have been vaccinated in one of the following countries: European Union Member States, Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, Switzerland, United Kingdom (England and Wales only), you already have an EU Digital COVID Certificate, which is accepted in France, and you do not need a separate COVID certificate.