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From June 9, the movement of passengers between France and abroad will resume. But not all countries will be subject to the same rules. Thus the government has distinguished three categories.

Countries classified as “green”. Vaccinated people will be able to travel to France with proof of vaccination, while non-vaccinated people will have to submit a negative PCR or antigen test. These are all countries in the European region, Australia, South Korea, Israel, Japan, Lebanon, New Zealand and Singapore.

Countries classified as “orange”. Both vaccinated and unvaccinated people must test negative. However, in the absence of vaccination, it will be necessary to respect the 7-day self-isolation and benefit from the essential cause. This is the majority of countries.

Countries classified as “red”. Both vaccinated and unvaccinated people would need to test negative and have a compelling reason. A vaccination certificate would however allow self-isolation for 7 days, against a 10-day quarantine controlled by security forces in their absence. These are South Africa, Argentina, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Suriname, Turkey and Uruguay.

Proof of vaccination is valid only two weeks after the last injection, and is only valid for vaccines accredited by the European Medicines Agency.

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