Covid 19 “Pass Sanitaire” and protection measures at the Eiffel Tower
Monday 19 July 2021
Modified the 21/09/21
French and European Union visitors
Depending on your situation, your Covid-19 pass may be provided in the form of:
- A vaccination certificate: stating that you are fully vaccinated, at least 1 week ago (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca) or 4 weeks ago (Janssen). ;
- A recent negative Covid-19 test, either an RT-PCR or antigen test, from within the last 72 hours.
- An old positive Covid-19 test proving that you have recovered from the virus, from more than 11 days and less than 6 months ago.
You can provide your Covid-19 “Pass Sanitaire” in the format that you prefer:
- in paper format: by presenting your document (original or photocopy) with the QR code;
- in digital format: by presenting a photo or scan of your document with the QR code;
- in the TousAntiCovid application: by creating a digital version of your document by scanning the QR code in the “Carnet” section
You must present proof of full vaccination from your country of origin, and your ID.
You can also present your international vaccination card, and your ID
- 1 week after the 2nd dose for double-shot vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca);
- 28 days after injection for single-shot vaccines (Johnson & Johnson from Janssen);
- 1 week after injection for people who have already had Covid-19 (1 dose only).
You can also present proof of a recent Covid-19 test, either an RT-PCR or antigen test, from within the last 72 hours, and your ID.
Covid-19 measures when visiting
Masks are mandatory inside the Eiffel Tower for all visitors 11 years and older.
Respect social distancing and safety measures.
Distributors of hand sanitiser are available throughout the visitor tour.
It is possible to have an antigen test before entering the Eiffel Tower (near both entrances).