Covid-19: news and useful information on the Paris La Défense area

Covid-19: news and useful information on the Paris La Défense area

Paris La Défense is home to 42,000 inhabitants, 180,000 employees, 45,000 students and several thousand visitors on a daily basis.

Faced with the health crisis at Covid-19, the region has implemented an effective health policy to enable people to move around in complete peace of mind and with respect for barrier gestures: the wearing of masks, the provision of hydroalcoholic gel, daily disinfection of public spaces, social distancing, as well as screening and vaccination tests in several centres.

Even though all of these actions have already been implemented throughout the country, the neighbourhood has decided to play the serenity and safety card, by deploying a whole series of hygiene measures in compliance with the recommendations of the health authorities.

In the most frequented places, you will find hydroalcoholic gel dispensers. More than forty dispensers are thus scattered throughout the business district, bearing in mind that hands should be washed with soap whenever possible. Don't hesitate to use them!

Paris La Défense has also launched a programme to disinfect equipment located in the public areas of the business district:

  • Lifts and escalators are disinfected twice a day. The establishment has also installed self-adhesive markings in the cabins reminding people of the rules of social distancing to be observed and has put up a display reminding them of barrier gestures.
  • Coach terminal: general disinfection of the Jules Verne terminal has been carried out. It is followed by daily disinfection of the terminal.
  • The car parks in Paris La Défense are cleaned and disinfected twice a day in all areas where there is frequent contact.
  • Street furniture in the business district is also disinfected daily.

However, it is advisable to avoid meeting together, even in small groups, and when this is not possible, to keep a distance from each other, taking care to wear a protective mask. In this case, also avoid touching your mouth, nose or eyes without washing your hands. Don't forget that wearing a mask is compulsory throughout the country.

The La Défense district has several screening centres, including the CNIT, laboratories and mobile structures.

Vaccination centres have also been opened on the outskirts of La Défense, which should make it possible, over the next few weeks, to increase the number of vaccinations throughout the territory, which may herald better days in a few weeks' time.

As a reminder, the non-food stores in the Westfield Les 4 Temps and Cnit shopping centre have been closed since the end of January, following the government's announcements to close shopping centres of over 20,000 sq.m..

The La Défense district remains attentive to its residents, employees, students and visitors in order to accompany them in this "strange" time we are living in, and which has above all made us aware that it is very important to show solidarity with one another.

In the meantime, take care of yourself and stay tuned for changes and new measures that may be taken in the coming weeks!

The CNIT, Covid-19 screening centre

Since 1 May, the Biolam LCD screening centre at the CNIT in La Défense has been permanently closed.

Opening of 4 vaccination centres on the territory of La Défense

Opening of the first three Covid-19 vaccination centres on the territory, the first, a very large vaccination centre at Pôle Universitaire de Léonard de Vinci, the second located at the CASH in Nanterre, and the third at the Rives de Seine hospital centre. The Covid-19 vaccination centres are initially accessible to health professionals, firefighters and paramedics, aged over 50 or with risk factors, as well as to people aged 75 and over.

Very large vaccination centre at Pôle Universitaire de Léonard de Vinci

The Pôle Universitaire de Léonard de Vinci will host the major Covid-19 vaccination centre in the Hauts-de-Seine from 2 September 2021. The centre is open

  • Monday to Saturday from 10am to 7pm. The vaccination centre at the Pôle Universitaire Léonard de Vinci is located at 12 Avenue de Vinci in Courbevoie.
  • You can also register on, or by telephone by calling the freephone number: 0 800 009 110 (7 days a week from 6am to 10pm).

For more information on the terms and conditions >>.

Nanterre Reception and Hospital Care Centre

The Centre d'Accueil et de Soins Hospitaliers (CASH) in Nanterre has opened a vaccination centre against Covid-19.

The CASH vaccination centre against Covid-19 is located on the hospital premises at 403 avenue de la République in Nanterre. You do not need to go there to make an appointment, but you should do so first by telephone (01 47 69 72 34) or via Doctolib. It is open from Monday to Saturday from 9am to 5pm. You can park in front of the vaccination centre.

Rives de Seine Hospital Centre

The CHRDS has opened a vaccination centre against Covid-19 for all city health professionals working in private practice and in health centres (with priority given to Courbevoie, Neuilly-sur-Seine and Puteaux). Vaccination is initially available for professionals over 50 years of age or presenting one of the vulnerability factors defined by the Haute Autorité de Santé. It is located at 58 boulevard d'Argenson 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine (Access via emergency services). Appointments can only be made by telephone (+33 (0)1 40 88 63 63 00) or by e-mail (

Westfield Les 4 Temps vaccination centre

The Westfield Les 4 Temps shopping centre, in partnership with the Hauts-de-Seine Prefecture, the Ile-de-France Regional Health Agency, the Protection Civile Paris Seine and the support of the Red Cross, is hosting a temporary vaccination centre against Covid-19. Open 7 days a week, the Westfield Les 4 Temps vaccination centre welcomes you without appointment from 10am to 8pm. Scheduled to remain open until 15 August, the vaccination centre is likely to be extended beyond this date. For more information

Closing of the Westfield Les 4 Temps shopping centre *

In view of the Prime Minister's latest announcements a few days ago, non-food shopping centres with a surface area of more than 20,000 metres are currently closed, with no date for a forthcoming lifting of restrictions. The shops in the Wesfield Les 4 Temps and Cnit shopping centre, except for food chains (Auchan and Monoprix), are therefore no longer authorised to open. Click and collect sales are still possible for all the brands, as are takeaway and delivery sales.

*this info is no longer available