INFO COVID

Informations Covid-19

In Sète :

Wearing the mask in town: it is compulsory (for people over 11 years old) from Saturday 22nd August throughout the city of Sète.

Wearing the mask in town: it is compulsory (for people over 11 years old) since Monday 17 August in a wider area around the heart of Sète, mainly on the quays around the Cadre Royal and in the pedestrian streets. Below is a map of all the streets concerned.
 

 
  • Boulevard Danielle Casanova
  • Rue Gabriel Péri
  • Rue Jean-Jaurès
  • Rue Pierre Brossolette
  • Rue Louis Blanc
  • Grand Rue Mario Roustan
  • Promenade Jean-Baptiste Marty
  • Quai de la Consigne
  • Quai Maximin Licciardi
  • Quai Général Durand
  • Ponts et quais autour du cadre royal
  • Pont de la savonnerie
  • Quai Charles Le maresquier
  • Quai Léopold Suquet
  • Pont de la Civette
  • Quai Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny
  • Quai de la résistance
  • Ainsi que le périmètre délimité par la rue Montmorency à l'Est et le rond-point du môle Saint-Louis, à l'Ouest.
 
Wearing a mask in the markets: it is compulsory (for people over 11 years old) in all markets since Monday, August 10th. The following markets are concerned: the Ile de Thau on Mondays, Tuesdays at Les Salins, Wednesdays in the town centre, Thursdays at La Corniche and Fridays on Avenue Victor-Hugo.

Wearing a mask in enclosed spaces: as a reminder, the wearing of a mask is also compulsory since Monday 20 July in enclosed public spaces (for people over 11 years old). This applies to hotels, covered markets, restaurants and museums. The mask is also compulsory at the Théâtre de la Mer on the same model as in cinemas: i.e. it must be worn when you move around the place and can be removed if the health rules issued by the Directorate General of Health are respected.

 

At the tourist office :


Mask must be worn

Limitation of the number of people at the reception of the office.

Provision of hydroalcoholic gel

Direction of traffic inside our premises

Installation of transparent screens on reception desks

Individual protection of our team

Regular disinfection of the premises

Respect of distances and barrier gestures