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Can I go on vacation in France? Latest UK amber listing rules and quarantine restrictions

FRANCE has heavily restricted entry of Britons into the country to limit the spread of the Omicron variant.

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France restricts UK citizens from traveling to France this Christmas

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France restricts UK citizens from traveling to France this ChristmasCredit: AP

Can I travel to France?

Britons who suffered both stab wounds can now visit the country without quarantine or with a “compelling reason” to visit.

All arrivals will have to provide a negative Covid test less than 24 hours and quarantine for at least two days.

Confirmed Omicron cases are now much higher in the UK than in France.

French citizens, their spouses and children, legal residents and EU citizens traveling back home via France, will not need an essential reason to travel – but all rules must still be followed is different.

British travelers with only one stab, or no stab at all, are still barred from entering France unless for a necessary reason.

France lifted most of its lockdown measures on July 1, with very few restrictions on travel within the country.

What are the current travel restrictions for traveling from the UK to France?

The traffic light systems of countries with different requirements to enter the UK depending on the severity of the coronavirus were scrapped in October for a simpler classification of just redlisting and not belonging. red list.

But there are currently no countries on the red list as of December 2021.

To enter the UK from France, you must show proof of being vaccinated twice and fill out a passenger locator form, take a Covid test before you travel and order a PCR on arrival.

If you have not been immunized, you must do the same but your pre-travel Covid test must be two days in advance and you must pre-book Covid PCR for days 2 and 8 upon arrival.

If you test positive upon arrival, you must quarantine for 10 days.

What are the Covid rules in France?

As of December 16, face coverings are mandatory in all enclosed public spaces.

While it is no longer mandatory to wear a mask in all outdoor public spaces in France, it is still required by some agencies.

There are mandatory fines for those who do not comply.

There are no curfews in place across France and no internal travel restrictions. You should visit Website of the French Ministry of the Interior or use the digital app ‘TousAntiCovid’ for more information.

These measures may change over the short term or at the national or local level. You should check local guide for more information.

But those 12 and older will need to prove their Covid-19 status through a “pass test” to access services and locations.

This includes recreational facilities – bars, restaurants, museums, cinemas, hospitals, retirement homes and modes of transport such as long-distance trains, buses and planes.

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