France will impose a 10-day quarantine for those traveling from Brazil, Argentina, Chile and South Africa
Starting April 24, France will impose a 10-day quarantine for those traveling from Brazil, Argentina, Chile and South Africa. The measure was announced by the prime minister's office and aims to prevent the spread of new coronavirus variants found in these states.
France has decided to suspend flights to Brazil, a measure extended until April 23. After this date, only persons residing in France, holders of a French or European Union passport will be able to travel from Brazil to France.
France will impose a 10-day quarantine
Police will also check that the quarantine measure is complied with. Before boarding the plane, passengers will be required to submit a negative PCR test, not older than 36 hours after harvest.
The 10-day quarantine will also be imposed on those traveling from French Guiana, a French territory in northeastern South America.