France has recently issued new guidelines for its incoming travelers, in which fully vaccinated, regardless of which country it is, can come to France without testing.

Ministry of the Interior of France states that fully vaccinated travelers will only have to show a vaccination certificate to enter France, after which they will be able to enter France without any interruption.

France has abolished the test requirement from fully vaccinated passengers from all countries to ease the travel boundations of travellers.

Simultaneously, the pre-arrival test requirement applies to all passengers who are not vaccinated, the ministry has said that travelers from green countries will have to be fully vaccinated to stay away from this rule

All unvaccinated travelers coming from Green List countries will have to give a negative test report All Accelerated Travelers coming from Orange List do not need the test.

France's green list currently includes all EU members including Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland, the Vatican City states as well as other third countries – Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates states are included. Honduras, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Kuwait, New Zealand, Qatar, Senegal, Rwanda, Taiwan and Vanuatu.

France has kept the validity of the vaccination certificate for 9 months, the travelers who are showing the vaccination certificate of more than 9 months, they will be promoted and it will also be mandatory to apply then the vaccination will be considered before.


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