This content was released on 04. June 2021 – 19:52
PARIS (Reuters) – People leaving countries at risk for the Covid-19 at the “orange” level, such as the United Kingdom and the United States, should be vaccinated in France and show a recent negative test, the minister for European affairs, Clement Beyonc வெள்ள, said on Friday.
Under the new rules, which come into force on June 9, non-vaccinated orange nationals will have to prove they have a compelling reason to go to France – such as the legal process or childcare – to pass an exam. The latest downside of Kovit-19, Peon explained.
Countries rated orange based on the risk of Covit-19 have higher rates of virus transmission or have newer virus strains, such as the UK.
Any country that is not classified as green or red is considered orange, Peon said on RDL radio.
Entry requirements are low for countries that France classifies as “green”, including all members of the European Union and many countries considered to be under the control of viruses such as Australia, South Korea, Israel, Japan and Lebanon. New Zealand and Singapore.
“If you come from a green country and are vaccinated, you are welcome to come and enjoy France. If you have not been vaccinated, you will need a recent negative test to enter the French border,” he said.
People from countries classified as red, such as South Africa, Argentina, Brazil, India and Turkey, can only travel to France with a compelling reason, whether they are vaccinated or not.
(Written by GVD Clark)