France will require all travelers from outside the EU to provide a negative Covid test result afterwards – regardless of vaccination status.
Speaking after the French government’s weekly Defense Council meeting, government spokesman Gabriel Attal confirmed to the press that from Saturday all visitors – vaccinated or unvaccinated – will must provide a negative test result to be admitted.
The move comes as countries around the world tighten their entry regulations and traveler requirements in the face of the new omicron variant, which has spread to several countries including the UK.
Currently, fully vaccinated UK travelers can enter France with proof of vaccination, along with a “sworn” health form.
Unvaccinated travelers still need a necessary reason to travel to France from the UK and must also present a negative test result (PCR or antigen, taken within the previous 24 hours). ) on arrival as well as the affidavit.
Attal told reporters that decisions regarding travel within the EU will be coordinated by European leaders later this week.
https://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/france-adds-negative-test-travel-rules-b1967674.html France travel update: Negative Covid test is required for non-EU travelers, regardless of vaccination status