“for the time they will not be obedient to regular checks where they are staying because of the low rate of Covid in the UK”.
Starting from Monday, UK travellers should have strong reasons to enter France. The authorities want to prevent the spread of the Indian variant in the UK.
Indian variant in the UK, France tightens travel restrictions
People can allow travelling from the UK to France who is French residents, EU nationals, or for fundamental reasons.
They should take a pre-departure Covid test and quarantine for seven days on arrival.
The tighten rules from the UK to France
The UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) revealed the new French commands refer to all car, ferry, air, and train travellers.
French is in UK’s amber list country so people from France should self isolate for 10 days and take two tests in return.
The stricter rules proposed by Jean-Yves Le Drian, French foreign minister, among the Indian variant which spread in the UK. The new rules clarify on the Consulate General of France’s website. It also wrote PCR or antigenic test needed from anyone visiting France from the UK. People should take the test less than 48 hours old.
Also added, “for the time they will not be obedient to regular checks where they are staying because of the low rate of Covid in the UK”.
Document signed for the UK travellers who visiting France
Not only that but also travellers should sign a stated document written they do not have Covid symptoms. Also, not notified of contact with someone with the disease in the 14 days before the trip.
Then people should show the negative test as evidence for those aged 11 and over and signed sworn declaration accept to self isolate themself on arrival in France for seven days. Next, take a second PCR test after quarantine.