Occitanie: the complete list of shopping centers where the health pass may be necessary

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Shopping centers with an area of ​​more than 20,000 square meters should be forced to control the health pass of customers from the beginning of August. Discover the list of establishments that could be concerned in Occitanie.

Only shopping centers with an area greater than 20,000 square meters should be affected by the obligation to control the health pass from the beginning of August, announced the Minister of the Economy Bruno Le Maire this Sunday, July 18 in the JDD, a week after the announcements of Emmanuel Macron. This measure is part of the bill concerning the extension of the health pass presented this Monday, July 19 in the Council of Ministers. This verification should be done “a priori at the entrance to the center, once again to be confirmed”, said Thursday Jacques Creyssel, of the Federation of Commerce and Distribution, on BFM Business. Doubt remains however as to the application of this one, the modalities of which remain to be specified by the government and the Parliament through the study of the bill relating to the extension of the health pass.

Discover the list of establishments in Occitania that could be affected by this measure:

Haute-Garonne

  • The Espace Fenouillet Gallery in Fenouillet (87,000 square meters)
  • E. Leclerc Blagnac in Blagnac (72,878 square meters)
  • Portet Shopping Center in Portet-sur-Garonne (60,709 square meters)
  • Roques Shopping Center in Roques (53,194 square meters)
  • Espace Gramont in Toulouse (52,000 square meters)
  • E. Leclerc Saint-Orens in Saint-Orens-de-Gameville (38,793 square meters)
  • Labège 2 in Labège (37,248 square meters)
  • Basso Cambo in Toulouse (24,410 square meters)
  • Carrefour Purpan in Toulouse (23,230 square meters)

Hérault

  • Odysseum in Montpellier (72,324 square meters)
  • Polygone in Montpellier (45,000 square meters)
  • Grand Sud in Lattes (37,650 square meters)
  • Cap’Occitan in Béziers (28,200 square meters)
  • Auchan Méditerranée in Perols (25,959 square meters)
  • Les Allées Géant Béziers in Béziers (22,289 square meters)

Eastern Pyrenees

  • Salanca in Claira (33,285 square meters)
  • Porte d’Espagne in Perpignan (31,229 square meters)

Gard

  • Cap Costières in Nîmes (45,600 square meters)
  • Grand Angles in Les Angles (28,394 square meters)
  • Carrefour Nîmes Etoile (22,300 square meters)

Aude

  • The Boutiques du Soleil in Narbonne (21,000 square meters)

Hautes-Pyrenees

  • Le Méridien Ibos in Ibos (55,000 square meters)

EDIT. Contrary to what we had indicated, the “Carré d’Or” shopping center of Château Roussillon in Perpignan is not 45,000 square meters but only 19,645 square meters, and will therefore not be affected by these measures related to the health pass.

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