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COVID-19 Vendée

France is relaxing its Covid-19 regulations. As of Monday, May 16, the wearing of a mask on all public transportation (metro, bus, train, plane and cabs) is no longer required. (Note: this article will be updated again but all links are included for you to research the sources.) French Government UPDATE 16/05/2022 Current measures The “vaccination pass” has been suspended Wearing of a mask remains necessary in healthcare facilities, retirement homes, establishments for people with disabilities. when around people who are at high risk of developing serious illness around people who have tested positive and contact cases The mask is no longer compulsory in closed places but remains required in all manner of public passenger transport until May 16th.  Use your best judgement always carry a mask! In small spaces e.g. an elevator, it’s probably best to wear a mask! maintain vigilance and sanitary habits: 1.5m (6ft) distance, frequent washing …

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These are the benefits of a Pass Vendée

Whether you are visiting the Vendée or live here, Le Pass Vendée is a great way to maximize your experience of this beautiful department in France. It offers access to seven cultural gems and two nature reserves for as many times as you want for an entire year. Especially if you have children, it’s a steal, because they don’t pay a thing! We heart France. We heart La Vendée!Family fun – Worry no more about finding things to do at any day of the week or weekend. The Vendée is charged with interesting sightseeing whether you’re into nature or you prefer historical sites or better yet… all-in-one! At each of the locations included in this article you can go for a brisk walk, browse leisurely, drink in your surroundings and learn about their role in the history and the very heart of the Vendée and its people. In more good news, adults …