Lyon Away (Dec 9)

LyonGer

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As I said a few days ago.
No chance of more restrictions in France as the government is very proud of the digital health pass.
All it means is masks in public crowded places.
And a push on vaccinations and booster jab.
If you are double jabbed then no problems.
If your not then no entry to stadium, bars or restaurants.
Even McDonald's have security guys checking your COVID pass

It has been mentioned many times in this thread but Downland

Scan your Qr codes and it works all over Europe.
 

LyonGer

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For the poster that was asking about good scran whilst the festival is on.
My advice would be to book in advance.
Fri/Sat places will be full.
 

LyonGer

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Tweet out yesterday regarding Lyon. On website today regarding Hearts. Communication is outstanding from the club these days. Fully expect to hear something today. All we need now is our liaising officer to liaise.
Rangers might refuse Lyon tickets.
But there is no restrictions in 69 that will prevent visitors who have proof with a QR code that they are double vaccinated, or have recently had COVID.
This goes for bars, restaurants, inside spaces and stadium.
You need the QR code for access.
 

Alpinebear

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Rangers might refuse Lyon tickets.
But there is no restrictions in 69 that will prevent visitors who have proof with a QR code that they are double vaccinated, or have recently had COVID.
This goes for bars, restaurants, inside spaces and stadium.
You need the QR code for access.
Can't think of any reason why Rangers might refuse?
 

LyonGer

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If your travelling then make sure you have a QR code you can screen shot or photo.
That will work on french app.
Without it your not getting in anywhere.
 

LyonGer

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Agree. My understanding is that Rangers already have the tickets but can't allocate until they receive a definitive statement from the host football club.
Info from my end is game goes ahead with no restrictions. Stadium ban ends on 8th December.
Festival is still going ahead.
Bearing in mind it's the 2nd biggest city in France.
A few extra thousand won't tip them ahead.
French health minister mentioned the health pass again today why he thinks France is doing so well.
No QR code no entry to bars, restaurant's, indoor spaces and stadium.
Masks are mandatory, no exceptions.
 

LyonGer

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If you want to check if your QR codes work download the Tac VERIF app. Once you do this scan your QR code and it will tell you if it is valid.
What's the difference from That app and TousAntiCovid.
That's the app I've used for Lyon and Montpellier in recent months.
 

LyonGer

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Does the letter from the NHS with the 2 QR codes on it pass for bars/stadium? Or better to get another QR code? Where would I get one?
My information that For EU travel Is your QR code must be generated after 01 November.
If you use NHS app it's not a problem as it regenerates code after 7 days.
Will only be a problem for paper copies issued before 1/11/21.
 

das

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Exactly. All the bars etc use the tacVerif app to check customers QR codes. I had to use this during the summer when I did some brewery events.
I think that what he was meaning is that if you use that app to check the letter then you will know if the letter will work.

I'd just download the tac app though which is what I did weeks ago
 

LyonGer

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Exactly. All the bars etc use the tacVerif app to check customers QR codes. I had to use this during the summer when I did some brewery events.
Not sure that's correct.
We used TousAntiCovid App over last 6 weeks without any problems.
Scanned QR codes and it automatically went to English.
Simple as scan your British QR code the viola!
 

Alpinebear

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Not sure that's correct.
We used TousAntiCovid App over last 6 weeks without any problems.
Scanned QR codes and it automatically went to English.
Simple as scan your British QR code the viola!
When you went to a bar in Montpellier did they check your QR code with a machine or just look at it?
 
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