France beefs up restriction on entry for non-EU nations

Travelers from non-EU countries will face more obligations

Due to the ongoing threat of the COVID-19 pandemic, France is continuing to impose tight restrictions at the French border for countries outside the EU. The UK is one of these countries.

All travelers arriving in France from non-EU countries as part of their migration overseas must give a negative COVID-19 test result. The result mustn’t be older than 72 hours. This will be mandatory for them to enter France on a visitor visa or any other visa.

Even after producing the negative result, they will be required to give a declaration that they will undergo a 7-day quarantine while in France. Post that, they will undergo another PCR test.

These travelers will also have to take a PCR test before leaving the country. For travelers from countries with a higher incidence of COVID-19, such as Denmark and Ireland, additional border restrictions will be imposed.Nevertheless, exemption from quarantine will be granted to essential workers including cross-border workers.

France is the 6th most-affected country from the COVID-19 pandemic as Worldometer’s statistics say. Besides COVID-19, certain countries are kept at bay owing to the possibility of terrorist attacks and illegal immigration. The temporary closure of port entry at France’s border with Spain is an example.

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