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France eases entry rules for UK travellers

Christian Fernsby |
The French authorities have announced that travellers from the United Kingdom will no longer be banned from entering the country.

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Topics: FRANCE    UK   

In line with the newly made announcement, all UK travellers who have been fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 disease will be able to enter France without having to provide a compelling reason for their trip, starting from tomorrow, January 14, reports.

“We are relaxing the conditions of entry into France for vaccinated travellers from Great Britain,” the Secretary of State for Tourism Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne wrote on its official Twitter account.

Still, travellers from the UK should keep in mind that even though the requirements to provide an essential reason has been dropped, they are still required to present a negative COVID-19 test result.

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