The transport of goods is one of the main forms of transport that has not been drastically slowed down during the health crisis.
Indeed, the transport of goods is essential to a country, especially during the crisis. The supply of food and health products was a real challenge for the country's progress in this crisis.

On 10 July 2020, the government took very few measures in its decree regarding the transport of goods.

Article 22

I. - The provisions of this Article shall apply to the carriage of goods.
II. - For the carriage of goods, the vehicle shall be equipped with a supply of water and soap as well as disposable towels or hydro-alcoholic gel.
III. - When the loading or unloading places are not provided with a water and soap point, they are provided with hydro-alcoholic gel. The driver of goods vehicles may not be refused access to a place of loading or unloading, including a watering place where such a place is provided.

There are many reasons for this:
- The transport of goods is not the transport of people and can be done in the majority of cases without physical contact, the spread of the virus is therefore less important.
- The transport of goods was already subject to conventional sanitary measures such as wearing masks, social distancing and the use of hydroalcoholic gel.
- The transport of goods, the maintenance of which is essential for the economic and sanitary survival of the country.