All Anti Covid has now fixed the issue, stating that it is a technical issue affecting users with the latest update.
Following a technical problem, the application #TousAntiCovid opened by default in English for users with the latest version of the application.
A correction was deployed this morning. Done ☑️
– TousAntiCovid (@TousAntiCovid) May 25, 2021
The default language for the All Anti Covid app usually depends on the language your phone is set to. If your phone is in French, the application will open in French. If set to another language, the app will open normally by default in English.
The app will be an integral part of the rollout in France of Covid travel certificates across the EU, which will come into effect on July 1.
The system will facilitate travel within the EU by issuing certificates to people who have been vaccinated against Covid-19, who have had a recent PCR test, or who may show immunity to Covid-19 (a positive test result of two weeks to six months ago).
These certificates will be stored on the Tous Anti Covid application in a section called a “notebook”.
Each country will develop its own digital storage systems for these certificates.
Certificates are also available in paper format.
They will be available throughout the EU in the person’s national language and in English.
Read our article on EU travel certificates here for more information.
You can also read our article on health passes in France and how they will be used to access major outdoor events here – The Minister of Digital presents the French health pass for travel and events