Wearing a mask is no longer compulsory on public roads in the hypercentre of Toulouse since Wednesday, September 8. But it remains established in some places. “La Dépêche du Midi” takes stock.
Wearing a mask changes at the same time as the health situation. Going from compulsory to free. And vice versa. The situation may seem blurry. But since September 7, the prefect of Haute-Garonne has specified the places where wearing a mask is still mandatory by decree.
“The latest health data confirms a continuous decline for several days in the spread of the Covid-19 virus in the Haute-Garonne department. Thus, on September 7, the incidence rate in the department was 128.9 positive cases per 100,000 inhabitants, 140.1 positive cases per 100,000 people in the territory of Toulouse Métropole and 142 in the municipality. of Toulouse ”, writes the prefecture. She decided to lighten the measure of the obligation to wear a mask. Wearing a mask is no longer compulsory on public roads in the hypercentre of Toulouse since Wednesday, September 8. The prefect specifies that it remains “all the same compulsory” department of Haute-Garonne.
Wearing a mask is compulsory to access all establishments open to the public and including these for access is subject to presentation of the health pass; in establishments open to the public when the physical distance measurements of 2 meters between two people cannot be respected; in demonstrations and gatherings of a festive or protest nature of more than ten people authorized by way of derogation by article 3-II of the decree of June 1, 2021, as amended; in markets, flea markets, garage sales and open-air or covered unpacking sales, in public transport areas including platforms and bus, metro and tram stops; within a radius of 50 meters around schools and nurseries when entering and leaving, places of worship at the start and end of ceremonies and services; or in the waiting files.