France raises test requirements for vaccinated British travelers

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Fully vaccinated passengers in the United Kingdom will no longer be tested before entry when traveling to France, as the authorities have decided to remove this requirement.

The news was announced by the Consul General of France in London, Guillaume Bazard. He said that from February 12, travelers from the UK could enter France without having to report a negative test before arrival, provided they have completed primary vaccination.

"From February 12, tests will no longer be required for travelers with a full vaccination schedule traveling from the UK to France. Our website will be updated as soon as more details are published " shows in Bazard's statement written on his official Twitter account.

Until now, passengers in the UK were required to test negative for the COVID-19 test, which was taken no more than 48 hours before arrival in France. This requirement applies to all passengers, even those completely vaccinated.

However, under the new amendments, they are no longer required to comply with this requirement. In addition, British travelers will no longer be tested before returning to the UK. The British authorities lifted the test requirement for vaccinated travelers on 11 February.

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