Fully vaccinated people: The French government says you can travel freely within France, but you must be able to provide proof of your vaccination status. The EU notes that travel between Member States is open, but recommends that travellers check national rules. Check out the latest information on the covid-19 risk for France on the TravelHealthPro website After midnight Friday French time (23:00 GMT), travelers must prove a compelling reason to travel between the two countries, reeling from the new rules that France announced on Thursday to combat the omicron variant of Covid-19. France on Thursday justified the new rules «in view of the extremely rapid spread of the Omicron variant in the United Kingdom» and gave time to its own booster program to gain the upper hand over the variant. On Friday, passengers rushed to pass a midnight deadline for travel to and from the UK and France, complaining of an overly draconian response and costly last-minute ticket changes before strict new restrictions on Covid-19 came into effect. Nightclubs and performance venues must also close at midnight. You must wear a face covering when not drinking, eating or dancing, and tickets must be purchased at least one hour in advance before your arrival. EXCEPTIONS > fully vaccinated persons entering from a Member State of the European Union, Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, the Holy See or Switzerland. If you are in the UK for less than 10 days, you will need to quarantine yourself during the entire stay. You will also need to book your Covid tests on the second and eighth days, although you will not be there during your entire stay. Unvaccinated children aged 12 to 17 years and dependent children aged 18 years and older (depending on their mental or physical condition) are allowed to enter Canada with their parents and/or guardians fully vaccinated, but are subject to a 14-day quarantine.

Some restrictions vary from region to region – you may need to check local policies. If you arrive in England at 4 a.m. before January 7, you must follow the rules applicable to fully vaccinated people. For students and researchers from Category 2 («Orange» list) and Category 3 («red list») countries and territories, the following reasons are recognised as urgent reasons to travel: There is an EU-wide Covid digital passport system for the mutual recognition of certificates, although some countries may still have some specific rules. You should monitor the French government website (in French) to make your decisions regarding your travels to, from or within France. Children under 2 years of age do not need to be tested. There is also an option for people who have documented a recovery from COVID-19 in the past 90 days. Learn more about these requirements. No French or foreigner wishing to return to his country of residence or origin will be prevented from leaving French territory (without having the guarantee that he can return there without compelling reason).

For more information on access to the Health Pass, please contact the French government. Currently, only Australian citizens can travel from France to Australia. There are limited flights and caps on the number of passengers entering the country abroad. These are in place to reduce pressure on state and territorial quarantine facilities. Below are the rules that apply to you, depending on where you are traveling or from. If you can prove that you have been fully vaccinated, you are allowed to travel from the UK to Germany for any reason without having to self-isolate upon arrival. For some modes of transport, such as intercity trains. B, travelers must prove their COVID-19 status via the Health Pass.

For more information on what this entails, see the «Public Spaces and Services» section below. Take a COVID-19 test before travelling to England Quarantine upon arrival in England Some people may be exempted from self-isolation measures when entering the UK. The rules for people who are not considered fully vaccinated to travel to England remain the same. Do not travel abroad until you are fully vaccinated. Vaccination remains the best way to protect against serious diseases, slow the spread of COVID-19 and reduce the number of new variants. The CDC encourages you to receive a booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine if you qualify. People who are not fully vaccinated should follow additional recommendations before, during and after travel. If you test positive for coronavirus in France and are fully vaccinated (including a booster according to French passport health requirements), you will need to self-isolate for 7 days from the day you develop the first symptoms or 7 days from the date of the positive test result. Self-isolation can be reduced to 5 days if you take a negative PCR or antigen test (monitored, not self-administered) on day 5 and have shown no symptoms in the last 48 hours. If you are not vaccinated or partially vaccinated, you will need to self-isolate for 10 days from the day you develop the first symptoms or 10 days from the date of the positive test result. Self-isolation can be reduced to 7 days if you take a negative PCR or antigen test (monitored, not self-administered) on day 7 and have shown no symptoms in the last 48 hours. If you have travelled to or crossed a country that is not on the exemption lists in the last 10 days, you must respect the quarantine period for 10 days after leaving that country.

If you want to travel to the UK for less than 10 days, you will need to remain in self-isolation throughout your visit and can then leave the UK to avoid public transport when you get to the train station or airport. On Monday 4 October 2021, the rules for international travel to England switched from red, yellow and green light systems to a single red list of countries and simplified travel measures for arrivals from the rest of the world. The rules for travel from countries and territories that are not on the Red List depend on your vaccination status. Children under the age of four are not subject to any restrictions, while children between the ages of five and 11 are exempt from a pre-departure test. However, they must take a test on the second day after arriving in the UK. You can also generate a health passport by scanning and registering the QR code of your NHS Covid Pass or an equivalent ID in the French application «TousAntiCovid». If you have been fully vaccinated, the QR code of your NHS Covid Pass, NHS Covid Status Pass or Covidcert NI Pass will be considered a green passport or a green super pass. You can also submit a paper version if it is dated after November 1, 2021. You may need to take a rapid Covid test upon arrival in Greece, with quarantine in a hotel for at least 10 days if you are positive. This effectively excludes tourism and/or family visits for people who do not have French or EU citizenship.