Covid-19 in France: There is an atmosphere of panic all over the world due to Corona epidemic. Meanwhile, many countries are easing the corona restrictions. The mandatory requirement of conducting a Kovid test for travelers coming to France has been abolished. It has been said in a government statement that from Saturday only proof of vaccination will be enough to come to France. Irrespective of the country from which the travelers are coming here. It has been said by the government that the situation before the spread of the Omicron variant has been restored for the passengers.
Relaxation in Kovid rules for travelers in France
The French government has said that in most countries there is an outbreak of epidemic due to Omicron variant. But the vaccination campaign is also going on fast. Vaccinations are being given to a large number of people. In such a situation, it is only necessary for the passengers to take the vaccine. Any kind of Kovid test will not be done now. However, it has also been said by the government that the passengers who have not yet got vaccinated will have to undergo a Kovid test.
Passengers who do not take vaccine will be tested
In a statement from the French government, it has been said that it will still be mandatory for passengers who have not taken the vaccine to show the Kovid negative test report. However, passengers from Green List countries will not need to be quarantined on arrival. At the same time, travelers from Orange List countries will have to get tested. In December omicron After the rapid spread of the variant, the test was mandatory in France to prevent infection. In France, from February 2, Kovid restrictions have started working gradually. In the first phase, the audience capacity limit for concert halls, sports and other events has been abolished from February 2.
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