Haut-Rhin: the authorities go ahead of those not vaccinated against Covid-19

Haut-Rhin: the authorities go ahead of those not vaccinated against Covid-19

In Kaysersberg, in the Haut-Rhin, on Saturday August 14, tourists must present a health pass to visit a museum or eat on the terrace. So, at the tourist office, screening tests for Covid-19 are carried out for those who have not been vaccinated. “We were afraid that restaurateurs, hoteliers, bed and breakfasts would lose customers, that was the case, there were cancellations after government announcements“, explains Christophe Bergamini, its director. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., then from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., and on Saturday afternoons, when pharmacies are closed, visitors can take their tests anyway.

A health pass valid for 72 hours is then issued. A traveling truck also crosses the department and offers supermarket customers to be vaccinated without an appointment. “We are reaching the target we were looking for, that is to say people who would not have gone to a vaccination center for issues of language understanding, social isolation or difficulty of access”, explains Doctor Frédéric Tryniszewski, organizer of Vacci’Mouv.

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