Tickets sales for Junior Eurovision 2021 starts tomorrow and today ESCplus is ready to tell you all the health measures that you must take into account if you want to buy a ticket for the contest.
The French “Passe Sanitaire”, “Healt Pass” or “Health Certificate” in the rest of the European Union will be mandatory to access to La Seine Musicale. If you want to enter to La Seine Musicale for Junior Eurovision 2021, it will be obligatory to submit one of the following three supporting documents:
- A negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of the show (PCR test, antigen test or self-test supervised by a health professional).
- An official certificate of recovery recognised by French authorities: a positive screening test, PCR or antigen of more than 11 days and less than 6 months validity.
- A complete vaccination certificate recognised by the EU.
It is recommended to present the test result in digital format. However, it will be possible to have it in PDF format in your mobile phone or physically printed on paper. In accordance with the guidelines of the Ministry of Health, this pass is required for adults and children from 12 years of age. Spectators who do not reside in France must bring an official health document from their country that should be valid in the rest of the European Union, participants and delegations included.
It will be mandatory to wear a mask throughout La Seine Musicale (queues, performance halls, bars, esplanade, etc.). The security and reception teams will also wear a mask, which should be changed every 4 hours. The different public spaces (interior seats, toilets, etc.) will be disinfected periodically, and a physical distance will be respected between each group of spectators. It will be mandatory to arrive at least 90 minutes before the start of the shows. In the case of the grand finale on December 19, spectators will have to arrive at the venue around 2:30 p.m.