Traveling to France has become a whole lot easier – if you’re vaccinated!
Effective now, vaccinated travelers – regardless of where they are coming from – no longer need to take a COVID-19 test in order to visit France, with the French government saying proof of vaccination “will be sufficient” enough.
#France Updated information on the removal of the requirement for fully vaccinated travellers from the UK to provide a negative PCR or antigen test result before travel to France https://t.co/mnQNC4xGY9 pic.twitter.com/rSxSxkPfm5— FCDO Travel Advice (@FCDOtravelGovUK) February 12, 2022
Travelers to France will still need to provide a health declaration stating that they have no symptoms of COVID-19 and haven’t been in contact with anyone who has had COVID-19 in the two weeks prior to travel.
According to Lonely Planet, although a booster shot is not required to enter France, most arrivals may need to show proof of one in order to access the country’s health pass. The health pass allows access to day-to-day services and venues in France, including restaurants, public transportation, and museums.