Mask required : free of charge who is this for ? Where to put it ? What is the fine ? Know everything

MASK CORONAVIRUS. In what public places the mask it is mandatory in France ? Are there any alternatives ? Here are all the answers to the questions that arise.

Mask required : free of charge who is this for ? Where to put it ? What is the fine ? Know everything

MASK CORONAVIRUS. In what public places the mask it is mandatory in France ? Are there any alternatives ? Here are all the answers to the questions that arise.

Summary locations sports Venues, Cinemas, museums, concert halls, Hotels, campsites, Transportation, Schools, Bars and restaurants, Churches, mosques, synagogues, Banks, general Retail Business In the street car in Paris from what age ? Mask free The penalties The masks FFP masks and surgical masks for the "general public" masks AFNOR or "home-made"

In France, the wearing of masks is mandatory in enclosed public places since Monday, 20 July 2020, and up to new order. It will, in fact, wait, probably several months, to learn if the evolution of the coronavirus in France allows for a reduction of the binding measures on the wearing of the mask. It is important to understand that the government has decided to impose its use in a number of places ended in the optical limit the spread of the virus : it is now established that the transmission of the Covid-19 is accelerated in places with no ventilation and in which the instructions of social distancing can only be properly applied (see our article on the modes of transmission of the coronavirus). Where the mask is necessary ? What are the penalties for not wearing a mask ? For whom is it free ? Here on this great page, all the answers to the questions that arise.

What are the places covered by the obligation of wearing a mask ? Sports halls and sports facilities are covered. For the gyms, the Sports ministry clarified that the members may remove their mask only "at the time of making the sport" and will have to wear "the rest of the time." Cinemas, museums, libraries, show rooms. For cultural institutions and leisure are concerned : the concert halls, and cinemas ; games rooms ; museums ; libraries and documentation centres ; the institutions of the open air. Hotels, campsites, cottages. In relation to places of resort, are affected by the mask-wearing compulsory for the hotels and guesthouses ; the mountain refuges and hotels of altitude. Transport. The port of the mask remains binding in the bus stations and sea ports and at the airports. Also, article 11 of the decree of may 31, 2020, provides that "any person of eleven years or more door, on board aircraft engaged in public transport to, from or within the national territory, as soon as the boarding, a type mask, surgical, single-use." De facto, the masks, the so-called "general public" or "home-made" are prohibited on board aircraft. Schools, holiday centres and leisure centres. In the areas of childhood and education, the wearing of masks mandatory for the institutions to awakening, education and training ; holiday resorts ; leisure centres without accommodation. Bars, cafes and restaurants. As for the déconfinement, wearing a mask is mandatory in restaurants, pubs and mountain restaurants. Customers can remove them only when they are sitting at their table. Hearing rooms and conferences. The rooms of hearings, conferences and meetings are affected by the mask-wearing mandatory. Places of worship. The mask is mandatory in the institutions of worship (churches, mosques, synagogues...) Marquees, tents, buildings. Wearing a mask is mandatory in marquees, tents, structures and institution floating. Banks and government agencies. The obligation also concerns the authorities and banks. Shops. The shops, malls and covered markets are affected by the mask-wearing mandatory. What is the regulation in the company on the wearing of the mask ?

The companies are not directly subject to wearing a mask mandatory. Only companies falling under the above categories are concerned. For others, the national protocol for déconfinement for the enterprises indicates that the regulations in force. In the present case, the mask is mandatory to the extent that telework and gestures barriers cannot be applied. The department clarified that "in case of rebound effective of the epidemic, the government does not exclude the strengthening of "restrictions" to ensure the health and safety of the employees.

The mask is it compulsory in the street ?

For the time being, wearing a mask is mandatory only in enclosed public places. However, some prefects and councillors require wearing a mask in some outdoor spaces. This is the case on the markets of Finistère and Côtes-d'armor or even on the tourist sites of La Rochelle, including the Old Port. According to the mayor of the commune, Jean-François Fountaine, this measure will not have "a chilling effect "on tourism" by contrast, "the emergence of a cluster to La Rochelle, which would be problematic." "It is therefore important to take precautions," said Jean-François Fountaine in West-France.

The mask mandatory in a car ?

the Different cases are presented at the time to evoke the port of the mask car. Wearing a mask, obviously, is not imposed if you are travelling on your personal vehicle, either alone or with others, even if it is a good idea to wear if you go shopping, for example. This will prevent you from touching it repeatedly for your mask, which is potentially the bearer of droplets contaminated. On the other hand, in the case of a journey to the edge of a car, taxi or VTC, the port mask is then compulsory. The driver is subject to the same r&north border of republice;gle, unless the car is fitted with a protective wall between the front seat and back. In the framework of a trip in carpools, no obligation is mentioned.

The mask mandatory in Paris

in Paris, as in the rest of France, the mask is mandatory in enclosed public places. In the capital, it is also in all public transport : bus, metro, RER, tram, transiliens... On the other hand, Paris is not part of the cities, like La Rochelle, where the mask is imposed, including outdoors.

from what age the mask is mandatory ?

The answer is clear and net, according to the decree published on Saturday 18 July in the official Journal. It provides that "any person of 11 years must wear a mask in public in enclosed public places, in addition to the application of gestures barrier". In excess of 11 years, a fine of 135 euros is possible in the case of non-respect of wearing a mask in enclosed public places. Below this age, parents are free to require their children to wear a mask, but it is not recommended for children under 3 years. The risks of choking are shown for very young children, as was also explained Edouard Philippe, a former Prime minister, to the national Assembly in April last. "Wearing a mask is prohibited for children in kindergarten", it said.

Who can benefit from a mask free ?

the president of the Republic has to be ruled out that the State makes free the masks for all the French, considering that the cost could not be "supported by the taxpayer". But some people can benefit from a mask free of charge. The people tested positive for coronavirus and their "case contacts" may prescribe 14 masks per week, delivered by a pharmacy. The the most fragile people, diagnosed "with very high medical risk" have access to 10 masks free of charge per week.

in addition, the minister of Health, on 21 July, that the "distribution of masks free" to the destination of the more vulnerable population would be "reactivated". Are concerned : the beneficiaries of the complementary health solidarity (e.g. CMU-C or ACS). Note : in the Île-de-France, the region will be distributing masks free of charge to high school students in ile-de-france, but also members of the associations partners of the region.

What are the penalties for not wearing a mask ?

The fine in force in case of non-respect of wearing a mask is mandatory 135 euro. "The non-observance of this measure could be likely, as is the case in other places where wearing a mask is mandatory, including transportation, ticket, 4th class," said the directorate of health, in a text sent to AFP in mid-July.

The different types of mask, The masks for respiratory protection

The masks of respiratory protection equipment personal protection type FFP 1 (filtration of 80 % of the aerosols) - 2 (filtration of 94 % of the aerosols) - 3 (filtration of 99 % of the aerosols). These meet the requirements of safety and health european. These devices protect the wearer of the mask against inhalation of suspended particulate matter in the air may contain infectious agents. The wearing of a mask FFP may not exceed a maximum duration of four hours, knowing that the labour Code provides for a 20-minute break every six hours. The equipment must be disposed of once soiled.

surgical type masks

surgical type masks are medical devices. They meet requirements of safety and health the european. The surgical masks to avoid the projection of the droplets produced by the wearer of the mask, this mask limits the contamination of the outside environment and other people. For the " general public ", there are models of single-use, non-sterile. The port of the device may not exceed four hours. The equipment must be disposed of once soiled.

The masks the so-called "general public"

The masks the so-called "general public" are devices textiles, filtration warranty, often washable and reusable. These have been developed in the context of the epidemic of Covid-19 in compliance with the specifications of the national security Agency of medicines and health products (MSNA), and in connection with the national Agency of sanitary safety of food, environment and labour (ANSES). These masks must exhibit properties of filtration greater than 90% of the particles of 3 µm (category 1) or greater than 70% of these same particles (category 2). A logo must be affixed to the mask or its packaging. These masks for the "general public" need to be changed every four hours. According to an opinion of the ANSES, the washing of the equipment must be carried out in the washing machine with a detergent appropriate to the fabric of which the cycle will include, at minimum, a plateau of 30 minutes at 60°C. The mask should then be dried in its entirety, the dryer, the hairdryer or in the open air on a support clean and sanitized, then passed back to the vapor at the temperature specified by the manufacturer (about 120° to 130°)."

The masks AFNOR and "home-made"

Date Of Update: 22 July 2020, 10:57

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