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France lifts all remaining Covid entry rules for Brits

From today, 1st August, all Covid restrictions for entering France have been lifted -- no testing or proof of vaccination needed.

Published by
Mad_Dog_Daniel·01/08/2022
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From today, 1st August, all Covid restrictions for entering France have been lifted.

British travellers will no longer need to present:

  • proof of vaccination

  • proof of recovery

  • a negative Covid test

The Interior Ministry said: "“Faced with the new phase of the pandemic, the border health control system is lifted, in accordance with the law putting an end to the exceptional regimes created to fight against the epidemic linked to Covid-19".

However, “the government retains until 21 January 2023 the possibility of activating ‘emergency brake’ measures for a maximum period of two months, after consulting the high authority for health in the event of an appearance and circulation of a new variant of Covid-19 likely to constitute a serious health threat or, in overseas territories, in the event of a risk of saturation of the health system”.

Source: The Independent.

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