13 mayo - 14 mayo 2024
Madrid, Spain

Argus Bitumen & Asphalt Europe Conference

Argus Media Covid Policy – France

Argus Bitumen and Asphalt will be a hybrid event for any attendees who do not wish to attend in person can register for virtual attendance.
For those attending in person, we ask that all attendees take personal responsibility for their health and safety and be mindful of the health and safety of others near and around them.
Our Covid policy for attending in person is:
  • Facemasks are recommended 
  • Attendees are requested not to attend if they are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms or have a positive test. The forum is available online and will be streamed live for those who cannot attend in person
If you are experiencing any Covid-19 related symptoms such as high temperature, a new continuous cough, loss of smell or taste, etc. or if you have been in contact with someone who has had Covid-19 in the past ten days, you must not attend the forum in person. Please contact the events team to assist you with converting your pass to virtual attendance (if applicable). Please email conferencesupport@argusmedia.com for assistance.
During the event:


  • Please allow more time for collecting your badge as we have measures in place for social distancing at registration
  • Hand sanitising stations will be located around the venue
  • Whilst networking, please remember not all attendees may be comfortable shaking hands
  • Argus endeavours to provide minimal touchpoints during this event. All registered attendees have access to the virtual conference platform 
    - All conference materials are included on the platform to avoid distributing and sharing printed materials
    - Questions to speakers can be sent via text live on the conference platform
  • Touchpoints will be reduced in the lunch and refreshment services

Since 14 March 2022, the “vaccine pass” and the facemask have been lifted in France in all areas where it was previously required (cultural and leisure venues, commercial catering, professional trade shows, etc.).

Facemasks will be required on public transport.
The “Travel” certificate is still required at borders. These include one of the following:


  • A vaccination certificate showing full vaccination;
  • A certificate of medical reasons for not being vaccinated, issued in France;
  • A certificate of recovery from COVID-19: a positive test conducted in France between 11 days and 6 months prior

The certificate is still required in healthcare establishments, retirement homes and establishments for vulnerable and disabled persons.

Please click here for more information.

If you are travelling to France:

You may be asked to fill two forms before boarding for France:

The EU-PLF form is for travellers arriving on the territory of a European Union Member State. While rules to fill the form may vary between EU countries, it is compulsory for travellers who wish to enter France.

The Eos electronic form is for travellers coming from ‘orange’ countries and territories.

All the above is subject to change to meet changing regulations from France’s government and local authorities, and to comply with hotel policies in response to the pandemic.

Last updated: April 2022