When to wear a mask.
You must wear a mouth-nose mask in publicly accessible areas and in all situations in which you cannot keep a distance of 1.5 metres. For everyone over the age of 12.
The mouth-nose mask is and remains compulsory anyway:
- On public transport. You must wear it from the moment you enter the station or stop.
- For contact professions and their customers.
- For room and kitchen staff in the hospitality industry.
- For customers of catering establishments, except when they are at their own table.
- In shops and shopping centres.
- In cinemas, theatres, concert halls and conference halls, auditoria, places of worship and contemplation, museums and libraries.