Ski resorts in France to be available without Covid-pass

Ski resorts in France to be available without Covid-pass

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Ski resorts in France in the upcoming 2021/2022 season will be available without a Covid pass. This was announced by the Secretary of State for Tourism of the Republic Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne.

"This winter we will ski because there is vaccination, because the epidemic is under control," he told reporters.

The number of holiday bookings at ski resorts in France increased by 20% compared to 2020 and equaled the indicator of the pre-crisis 2019.

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