Kovid-19: France will not screen all passengers separated from Britain

Updated on 05/27/2021 at 20:43

Published on 05/27/2021 8:43 PM


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Kovid-19: France will not screen all passengers separated from Britain


05/27 at 8:43 pm.

Updated 05/24 at 6:43 pm.

Travelers from the United Kingdom will have to separate themselves for 7 days when they arrive in France from Monday, but “systematic domestic investigations will not apply to them”, the French Foreign Ministry announced on Thursday 27 May as part of its assassins in Kovid. To prevent the spread of the Indian version of.

On the other hand, citizens of countries belonging to the British and European Union will have to prove once again a compelling reason to enter France a few weeks before the summer period.

“By Monday, 31 May, mandatory reasons will be required for foreign nationals outside the European Union who are not resident in France and come to France from the United Kingdom”, And “Upon arrival, passengers must follow a 7-day separation period”, Specifies the ministry in a press release.

However, it is added, “At the moment, given the low incidence of Kovid in Great Britain, systematic domestic control systems will not apply to them”.

Otherwise, “Any person coming to France from the United Kingdom will require a PCR or antigen test of less than 48 hours”, Underlines the ministry.

France on Wednesday. Announced the next establishment of“Compulsory separation” The Indian version of Coronavirus is broadcast exclusively for travelers to the United Kingdom.

By then, 16 countries were under compulsory quarantine, including Brazil, India, Argentina and Turkey. Germany also tightened the conditions for entry into its territory from the United Kingdom from mid-May.


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