HOW TO TRAVEL TO FRANCE ?
18/06: In contrast to the easing of health restrictions in several European countries, Portugal has decided to ban entry and exit from the Lisbon area over the weekend. Source
06/18: France is now placed in green zone by Romania. Travelers arriving from France are exempt from quarantine and no longer need to present a PCR test upon arrival in Romania. Source
18/06: Germany has removed France from its list of travel risk areas. There is no more quarantine. Source
06/18: Finland will open its borders to vaccinated people on June 21. Source
06/17: Indonesia may begin to reopen the borders of Bali, Bintan and Batam in July, but it is not clear how. Source
06/17: The United Kingdom is considering reauthorizing travel for vaccinated Britons. It is not yet known whether vaccinated Europeans will be able to enter the kingdom without quarantine. Source
06/17: Ireland will reopen its borders without quarantine on July 19. Source
17/06: Latvia has reopened its borders. Source
17/06: Hungary will reopen its borders on June 24. Source
06/17: The list of green, orange and red countries for entry and exit from France has been updated:
– Canada, USA move to green list 🟩 (but these countries do not yet allow travelers from Europe)
– Turkey goes to orange list 🟧
– Afghanistan, Maldives and Paraguay move to red list 🟥
As of June 9, the flow of travelers between France and foreign countries will be reopened according to modalities that vary according to the health situation in third countries and the vaccination of travelers.
A classification of countries has been defined on the basis of health indicators. The lists of
of countries are likely to be adapted according to the evolution of their epidemic situation (lists to be found on www.gouvernement.fr/info-coronavirus).
– Green” countries: no active virus circulation of the virus, no variants of concern identified.
European Space, Australia, South Korea, Israel, Japan, Lebanon, New Zealand, Singapore.
– Orange” countries: active circulation of the virus in controlled proportions, without dissemination of of variants of concern.
All countries except “green” and “red” countries.
– Red” countries: active virus circulation, presence of variants of concern.
Argentina, Bahrain, Bangladesh, South Africa, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, India, Nepal, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Suriname, Turkey, Uruguay.
BORDER REOPENING STRATEGY AS OF JUNE 9
France’s borders will be reopened to travelers as follows:
The compelling reasons and quarantine measures applied to vaccinated adults are extended under the same conditions to accompanying minors, whether or not they are vaccinated.
The vaccines accepted by France are those recognized by the European Medicines Agency Agency (EMA): Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson.
The proof of vaccination is only valid only valid if it can be used to certify the completion of a complete vaccination schedule, i.e. :
– 2 weeks after the 2nd injection for double injection vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca) ;
– 4 weeks after the injection for vaccines with a single injection (Johnson & Johnson);
– 2 weeks after injection for vaccines in people with a history of Covid-19 (only 1 injection required).
To travel within the European Union, it is currently not necessary to justify the reason for travel the reason for travel, but pre-testing and quarantine requirements and quarantine requirements may apply.
From July 1st, the health pass will be recognized for travel within the European Union, in the form of a in the form of a European certificate. The certificate will be able to include proof of of vaccination, a negative test result or proof of or a proof of reinstatement of the COVID
of less than 6 months. States will also be able to establish additional health measures if they are necessary and proportionate
(e.g. testing, quarantine, etc.).
- In order to ensure maximum sanitary protection, our entire team has chosen to be vaccinated.
- The partners with whom we work are committed to respecting the sanitary conditions and regulations in force so that your stay will take place in the best conditions.