The World Health Organization (WHO) has said it expects “high levels” of COVID-19 in Europe this summer and called for the virus to be closely monitored after daily cases tripled for a month. “As countries across Europe lift social measures, the virus will circulate at higher levels in the summer”The United Nations Organization’s director of Europe, Hans Kluge, said.
Masks in transport, vaccination passes at restaurants or cinemas … Many European countries have actually abandoned most of the restrictions issued during the health crisis. Still something remains. For example, in France, a vaccination pass remains mandatory when entering the region.
Regardless of country of origin, travelers wishing to travel to France must be able to present this document. This document is checked even more if you take a plane to France.
Here are the rules that apply to the French border, as stated by the Foreign Ministry:
– for vaccinated passengers Within the meaning of European regulations, you must be able to prove your complete vaccination schedule. This includes a basic vaccination certificate (1/1 dose or 2/2 dose) with the last dose given less than 9 months ago. or booster vaccination certificate. Booster vaccination is valid indefinitely.
– For unaffiliated passengers, You must submit a negative test (PCR test less than 72 hours old, antigen test less than 48 hours old). Arrival (testing, isolation) measures are removed when they come from countries on the “green” list, which are characterized by moderate circulation of the virus.
– When travelers are not vaccinated come from a country on the “orange” list, They must continue to present a compelling reason to justify the need to arrive in mainland France and may be subject to a randomized test upon arrival. Passengers who test positive will have to self-isolate as per the recommendations of the health insurance.
Controls can be more or less severe
In an interview given to Figaro, The Air France company ensures that it continues to request health passes from passengers arriving in France. However, some passengers told the daily that they were able to disembark without controls. “Passengers are checked in at the airport of departure and no longer systematically checked upon arrival. So it depends on the country of origin: in fact, checks can be more or less severe depending on the country”in the proper Paris airport Figaro,
Since March 14, however, this pass is no longer requested in restaurants and leisure venues. Health establishments, retirement homes or establishments that welcome people with disabilities or disabilities are required to attend.
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