Covid-19: Wearing a mandatory mask at Pôle Caraïbes airport


Since Monday, May 11, Guadeloupe Pôle Caraïbes Airport has taken new health measures and reviewed the procedures for accessing its passenger terminals.

The airport company Guadeloupe Pôle Caraïbes informs the passengers and users of the airport of the sanitary provisions and access methods to the installations which came into effect on Monday, May 11, in accordance with the relevant protocol applicable to transport, and in particular to air transport, which stems from the government's deconfinement plan.

Access to the terminals remains exclusively reserved for people with a travel ticket valid for the same day and the document justifying the reason for the trip in two copies. A check has been carried out since 12 May.

The wearing of a mask inside the terminals, and this upon access to them, is compulsory for passengers and staff in contact with them. Children under 10 are not affected. Other control provisions relating to the health situation may be gradually implemented at the request of companies or authorities.

Finally, Guadeloupe Pôle Caraïbes Airport reminds that all other barrier measures must be respected and calls for everyone's responsibility and good citizenship.
- Respect of the physical distance of 1 m
- Sneeze or cough into his elbow or into a disposable tissue
- Wash your hands regularly in the toilets available in the public area or boarding or at the hydro-alcoholic gel distribution points available
- Respect the boarding sequences by seat number
- Obtain medical advice prior to travel in the event of flu-like symptoms, fever (> 38 ° C) or breathing difficulties

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