EENA2022 Statement on Coronavirus (Covid-19)

Last update: 20 January 2022

Information notice on admission to EENA2022
(please read before registering)

The safety of our community is our top priority, therefore, in line with the sanitary situation in France in April 2022, we will put in place a number of protective and preventive measures such as masks wearing, EU digital Covid certificate scanning, among others to ensure the event will be held in accordance with directives and measures set by local French authorities.

Warning notice

We do not yet know what the admissions requirements for this event will look like in
April 2022, however, as per the current set of rules set by the French Authorities, we can anticipate that events such as the EENA annual event would ONLY BE OPEN to participants who:

  1. can prove that they are fully vaccinated (booster/3rd dose included) against Covid-19 or;
  2. have recovered from it in the six months preceding the event.

Therefore, participants presenting only a negative PCR or ANTIGEN test WILL NOT BE ALLOWED to enter the event venue.

Please check this webpage for regular updates. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact the EENA team.

To further ensure the safety of all our exhibitors, partners, delegates, contractors, speakers, and staff, EENA will follow the following SAFETY MEASURES and will STRICTLY ENFORCE them during the event.

  • Face masks are mandatory at all times during the event with an exception for speakers while on the stage and for all the participants when they eat and drink;
  • Social distancing measures will be implemented, particularly in all meeting rooms;
  • Provision of extra masks, disinfection gels, and hand sanitary stations will be available to delegates;
  • Protocols for lunches and coffee breaks have been designed to limit all possible touching points;
  • Delegates will receive by email their PDF version of the conference entry badge to print in color one week before the event;
  • A rapid antigen test will be provided to all participants to ensure complementary testing prior to entering the event;
  • Improved ventilation system so as to increase air circulation and to monitor other parameters such as carbon dioxide levels;
  • Frequent, thorough cleaning and disinfection of all venue public areas, toilets, and touchpoints of the event venue will take place;
  • Extra cleaning and disinfection of frequent touching points of the exhibition stands’ and halls have been added;
  • Contactless payments will be available for a safer and speedier service at the event food stands.

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Here is the latest info on Covid-19 in France

The official source of information from the French Ministry of International Affairs about travelling to France:

In order to enter French territory, all travelers above the age of 12 and two months must be in possession of a valid COVID certificate. The procedure for non-European nationals to obtain a valid Covid certificate in France is explained here:

Detailed information on the entry requirements from countries:

Where can I find Covid-19 testing centres in Marseille and which numbers should I call if I develop symptoms?

Where can I get tested in Marseille ?

Find all the information about screening in Marseille : screening centers, test drives, pharmacy …
Find a screening center in the Bouches-du-Rhône Department

Note: Since July 7 2021, foreign tourists in France must pay €49 for a PCR test and €29 for an antigen test.

Which numbers should you call in case you start to develop symptoms?

You can contact the toll-free number which is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week : 0 800 130 000.

This telephone platform (free call from a landline in France) allows you to obtain information about Covid-19.

Warning : the platform is not authorized to give medical advice, if you present symptoms (fever, cough, unusual tiredness, headache, aches, sore throat, loss of taste or smell) stay at your hotel and immediately seek further instructions by contacting your hotel reception’s front desk.

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