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France to allow fully vaccinated travellers from EU countries to enter without Covid test

Source : 112 Ukraine

Fully vaccinated EU citizens will be able to enter France without the need to take a PCR test from June 9
23:11, 4 June 2021

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Fully vaccinated EU citizens will be able to enter France without the need to take a PCR test from June 9. It was reported by La Croix.

Visitors from countries rated green on the country’s traffic-light classification – which will include Australia, South Korea and Israel – will also be able to enter without needing a negative PCR test.

Related: Ukrainians vaccinated with CoronaVac to receive international vaccination certificate

The U.S., Canada, U.K. and most of the rest of the world are classified as “orange,” and vaccinated travelers will require negative PCR or antigen tests. Those who haven’t been inoculated can only enter for valid reasons and will need to self-isolate upon arrival for a week. So-called red-zone countries include Brazil, India and South Africa, for which severe restrictions will remain in place.

To be counted as “fully vaccinated” travellers must have received one of the four vaccines currently licensed for use in the EU – Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca or Johnson & Johnson (also known as Janssen) and it must be more than two weeks since your final dose of the vaccine.

Related: Seven EU member countries begin to issue digital vaccine certificates

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