Sanitary measures & FAQ

FUNÉRAIRE PARIS 2021 is pleased to welcome you to the Paris Le Bourget Exhibition Centre from the 17th to 19th of November 2021, in compliance with all the necessary health and safety measures. 

Please find below the measures implemented during the trade exhibition. This protocol has been established taking into account the latest recommendations of the French health authorities. It is subject to change, depending on the evolution of the guidelines provided by the governmental health authorities.
Will a health pass be mandatory?

Yes, all visitors and exhibitors must have a valid health pass to enter the exhibition.
This pass includes the following documents to be presented:
- Proof of a negative RT-PCR test within the last 72 hours ;
- or proof of an antigen test within the last 48 hours;
- or the certificate of vaccination within 7 days after the 2nd injection of double injection vaccines (Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca);
- or the certificate received 28 days after single injection vaccines (Johnson&Johnson);
- or the result of a positive RT-PCR or antigenic test attesting the recovery from Covid-19 dating back from at least 11 days and less than 6 months.
See the French government website for more information on the health pass.
Is wearing a face mask mandatory?

Yes, in the trade exhibition.
Will there be hand sanitizer dispensers?

Hand disinfection stations will be available during the trade exhibition.
Can we eat at the trade exhibition?

Various catering facilities will be available and accessible.
Will there be a cloakroom?

A cloakroom will be available at the entrance of the trade exhibition with application of the Vigipirate rules.
Will there be fixed gauges?

The latest government recommendations do not impose any gauge.
Will there be any special flow management?

The entrance hall will have a separate flow of incoming and outgoing visitors to avoid crossovers.

Attend the trade exhibition in complete serenity

Wearing a badge is mandatory, remember to have it printed before you come to the exhibition.
More than ever, the funeral industry needs to meet in 2021 to renew contacts and develop the activity for professionals.