Coronavirus COVID-19 : Informations, recommandations & mesures sanitaires CORSE

Coronavirus COVID-19: Health information, recommendations & measures

(Updated on 14 March 2022)

Current health recommendations and measures

Vaccination pass

Easing of health measures

For travel

As of 12 February 2022, the following rules will apply at borders:

In the event of an emergency characterised by the appearance of a variant likely to present a risk of increased transmissibility or immune escape, the "emergency brake" mechanism will be activated and the country will then be classified as a "red" list, implying, as is the case today, the obligation to present a compelling reason to travel, the obligation to present a negative test on departure - including for travellers who have been vaccinated in the case of a variant presenting the characteristic of an immune escape -, and the obligation to submit to a test on arrival, which will condition the placement in quarantine decided by the prefects and controlled by the forces of order.

Such classification will be temporary and reviewed regularly to ensure that travel restrictions are proportionate. Currently, no country is classified as a "red" list.

These border rules can be adapted in the light of the evolution of the health situation, and in line with the work currently being carried out with our European partners.

On the other hand, given the health situation in the overseas territories, the health control procedures for access remain unchanged at this stage.

The health pass is no longer compulsory for journeys from the Continent to Corsica and Corsica to the Continent

Wearing a mask remains compulsory on planes and boats.

For passengers traveling to Sardinia

Passengers arriving in Italy must register on the government platform for entry into Italy which replaces the self-declaration made to the carrier.

In addition, they must be in possession of the "green certificate" of vaccination against Covid-19, which is issued 14 days after the completion of the vaccination cycle or against a certificate of immunity or following a negative molecular or antigenic test carried out within 48 hours prior to entering Italy.

Children under 6 years of age are exempt from the pre-departure test.

We remind you that the certificate of completion of the vaccination cycle must be for one of the four vaccines approved by the European Medicines Agency: Pfizer-BioNtech, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, AstraZeneca.

In any case, we advise you to consult the Italian government's FAQ on the planned measures.

 If you wish to be tested

You can make an appointment at the laboratory in Porto-Vecchio on


How and where to get vaccinated against COVID-19?

Anyone wishing to be vaccinated can make an appointment now by telephone on 07 78 05 51 10 or make an appointment online.

How do I get my vaccination certificate?

Since 27 May, all vaccinated persons, including those who were vaccinated before 3 May, can retrieve their vaccination certificate on the "patient portal" of the Assurance Maladie. In addition, any health professional will be able to retrieve a vaccination certificate and print it out if a person requests it.
Once you have your vaccination certificate, simply scan the QR code on the right to import it and store it locally, in your phone, thanks to TousAntiCovid Carnet.

Barrier gestures

Adopt a new barrier gesture and download the TousAntiCovid application.

gestes barrieres covid 19



All information can be found on the government website or by calling 0 800 130 000 (free call, 24/24h)

Site du gouvernement

Site de la Préfecture de Corse

Site de l'ARS de Corse

Site de la Collectivité de Corse

Site du Ministère de l'Économie

Portail d'aide de la Collectivité de Corse

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