France travel: UK criticised over 'inconsistent' rules by MEP
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Those travelling to France from a number of European countries will now be required to show a recent negative test when entering the. The changes come in the same week the UK Government updated rules for those returning from France.
Britons returning from amber list countries no longer need to quarantine if they have had two doses of the coronavirus vaccine.
However, the rule does not apply if coming back from France and even those who have been double-vaccinated must quarantine for 10 days.
The UK is not the only country to introduce new rules for those visiting.
France has said today it will require people arriving from six European countries to have more documents.
People entering the country must have a negative Covid test taken within the previous 24 hours.
This applies to unvaccinated arrivals from the United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal, Cyprus, Greece and the Netherlands.
It came in a statement from French prime minister Jean Castex.
The new rule is set to be enforced from this weekend and adds another barrier for entry for those who have not been vaccinated.
French politician Clement Beaune posted on Twitter: “Coming/returning from Spain and Portugal, but also from Cyprus, Greece, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom: for unvaccinated, an antigen test or PCR of less than 24 hours is required.”
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