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World César 2021: PCR tests, absence of the public… what restrictions for this 46th ceremony?

20:15  12 march  2021
20:15  12 march  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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César 2021 : tests PCR, absence de public… quelles restrictions pour cette 46ème cérémonie ? © KCS César 2021: PCR tests, absence of the public… what restrictions for this 46th ceremony? Only a few hours left before the 46th Caesar ceremony begins. An exceptional evening, which is marked by the health crisis. Discover the many restrictions that will punctuate this highly anticipated 7th art ceremony.

In a few hours, will launch the big party of César 2021 . An edition awaited by all, since the ceremony will take place despite the health crisis and the closure of cinemas for several months. “ There will obviously be interventions, some more elegant and subtle than others. But what the culture world has been picking up on for the past year is not very elegant, nor very subtle. […] We have reproaches to make to the Minister of Culture and, through her, to the government ”, indicated Marina Foïs , mistress of the ceremony .

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Eric Lartigau's former has only one goal for this evening. "I would really like people to be happy with the evening: not just the movie professionals but also those who will be watching us on TV," confirmed the 51-year-old actress . The importance for him is to allow the entertainment world to continue to express itself, despite the crisis. " We have to tell the story that we are aware of the difficulties that lie ahead and the privileges we have left, including the ultimate one of doing a job we love ", underlined Marina Foïs.

"It will also be possible to be tested on site"

So that the 46th César ceremony can take place in compliance with health rules, many measures have been put in place. " Everyone will have been tested, the microphones and the statuettes will be disinfected ", specified the mistress of the César 2021 ceremony to the Parisian. A very strict protocol will punctuate the evening. No public will be present, and " only the nominees, the presenters and the honored personalities will be present this evening ", specifies Marion Bricard, journalist for L’Internaute . “ Participants will each arrive at a well-defined schedule and will have to undergo two PCR tests, one less than 48 hours old, the other on the morning of the ceremony. It will also be possible to be tested on site ”, indicates the journalist. An exceptional evening, which will begin at 9 p.m. and will be broadcast unencrypted on Canal +.

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