To enjoy the attractions of Parc Astérix (Oise), visitors must now provide proof of a health pass. Since this Wednesday July 21, this rule applies to all cultural and leisure places welcoming more than 50 people. Management has found a solution to be able to bring in adult customers who are unvaccinated, or without a negative test, reports The Parisian.
Parc Astérix, located in Plailly, has set up a screening center in front of the entrance. It is managed by the company PmSm. It is possible to do an antigen test for 20 € in the twenty or so boxes provided for this purpose, announces the Ile-de-France newspaper. The results are available fifteen minutes later.
Same rule at Disneyland and the Eiffel Tower
Disneyland Paris has done the same. If they have not done so beforehand, visitors can take an antigen or PCR test at an on-site screening center, but must pay between € 20 and € 63.89. At the Eiffel Tower, the tests offered at the foot of the Iron Lady are free for French people, while foreign tourists have to pay € 25.
Until August 30, young people under 18 are not affected by the health pass and therefore do not need to be tested before entering Parc Astérix and Disneyland Paris.
To find out more: read the article in Parisian.