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Updated on 22/12/2021

Germany

Germany has classified mainland France, as well as Reunion Island, as “high-risk zones”. With the exception of border residents, travellers must present proof of full vaccination, proof of recovery or a negative test (PCR less than 72 hours old or antigenic test less than 48 hours old). In addition, unvaccinated persons over 12 years of age must be placed in a self-quarantine for 10 days upon arrival in Germany. In all cases, register online

at

www.einreiseanmeldung.de

South Korea

All travellers over 6 years of age must present the results of a negative PCR test dated less than 72 hours prior to departure, including passengers in airport transit not exceeding 24 hours

.

Regardless of their vaccination status, persons arriving from Europe are required to undergo 10 days of isolation at their own expense in a place of accommodation designated by the Korean authorities for short-stay visa holders. After being screened on arrival, travellers should wait for their test results at a hotel-type facility, which should be delivered within 24 hours. A screening test must be performed on the 5th and last day of quarantine.

Côte d’Ivoire

On departure as well as on arrival in Côte d’Ivoire, travellers must present a certificate of negative COVID-19 test (PCR), performed within a maximum of 48 hours. The online form – available here – must be presented printed at check-in. A systematic temperature check is carried out on arrival at Abidjan airport. The authorities state that ” Travellers from countries where the Omicron variant has been detected may be required to undergo a new screening test“, and note that ” Travellers leaving Côte d’Ivoire must make an online payment of 25,000 FCFA (23,000 FCFA for the test and 2,000 FCFA for the online declaration)

“.

United Arab Emirates

Abu Dhabi:

All travellers coming from France must present a negative PCR test valid for less than 48 hours. Form to be completed before the flight on the ICA Smart Travel Service platform (smartservices.ica.gov.ae/echannels/web/client/default.html#/login

).

Dubai:

Passengers, regardless of their vaccination status, taking a direct flight from France must present a negative PCR test valid for less than 72 hours.
Note that authorities may re-test any traveler upon arrival at the airport, with isolation in the

waiting for the results. Only those who test positive will be subject to mandatory quarantine.

United States

Since the beginning of December 2021, all passengers to the United States will be required to present a negative PCR or antigen test at least 24 hours before their flight to the United States. This rule applies to citizens of all countries, including US citizens, vaccinated or not.

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Greece

Since December 19, travelers over 5 years of age from France must present a negative PCR test result less than 72 hours old, regardless of their vaccination status. In addition, a random Covid-19 screening (PCR or antigenic) may be requested upon arrival. Tracking form to be completed at https://travel.gov.gr/#/ prior to arrival.

Ireland

Since the beginning of December 2021, all travellers over 12 years old coming from abroad must present a negative result of an antigenic test less than 48 hours old or PCR less than 72 hours old. For people who have not been vaccinated or recently cured, only RT-PCR tests will be accepted.

Locator form to be completed on the Irish government website prior to arrival.

Israel

Israel has placed France on the red list since December 20th. As a result, except with special authorization from the Committee of Exceptions, travelers from France are forbidden to enter. It should be noted that dual nationals with Israeli citizenship can travel to the country, but will have to be placed in total isolation for a period of seven days.

Italy

Until January 31, 2022, at least, travelers vaccinated or cured of covid coming from France must also present the negative result of an antigenic test less than 24 hours old or a PCR test less than 48 hours old. For their part, unvaccinated persons must respect a five-day quarantine at the address indicated on the traceability form. This isolation will end at the end of this period, and after a new negative test. It should be noted, however, that in the context of proven professional travel, the personnel of companies or institutions with their head office or secondary in Italy are exempt from testing for stays of 120 hours.

Location form to be filled in on the app.euplf.eu/#/ website before arrival.

Japan

Since December 1, 2021 and at least until January 1, foreign nationals are prohibited from entering Japan.

Luxembourg

Travellers over 12 years of age from France must present proof of vaccination or recovery, or a negative PCR test result less than 72 hours old, or antigenic test less than 48 hours old.

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Morocco

Air travel between France and Morocco has been suspended since November 28.

Norway

All travellers, even those who are immune or have a complete vaccination schedule, will be required to undergo a screening test upon arrival.e in Norway. Travellers without a complete vaccination plan from red countries (including France) will have to undergo a quarantine on arrival, which can be interrupted on the 3rd day in case of a negative PCR test. Entry form to be completed online before arrival at https://reg.entrynorway.no/

Netherlands

Metropolitan France, including DOM-TOM, is classified as a “high risk” country. Travellers from France over 12 years of age must present proof of vaccination or recovery, or a negative PCR test result less than 48 hours old or antigenic test less than 24 hours old.

Poland

Travellers from France must present proof of vaccination or a negative PCR or antigen test less than 48 hours old to avoid a 10-day quarantine.

Portugal

All travellers over 12 years of age, even if they have a health pass and a complete vaccination schedule, must present a negative test (PCR less than 72 hours or antigenic less than 48 hours) before boarding.

Romania

France has been placed in a “red zone”. In this context, travellers coming from France must prove that they have been fully vaccinated or that they have been cured in order to avoid quarantine on arrival. People coming from outside this framework and staying in Romania between 24 and 72 hours must present a negative PCR test less than 72 hours old. Locate form to be completed on plf.gov.ro 24 hours before arrival.

United Kingdom

Fully vaccinated travellers coming from France must present the result of a negative test dated less than 48 hours, but also bring proof of purchase of a PCR test (antigenic tests are prohibited) to be carried out at the latest two days after arrival in the territory. In addition, they must self-isolate upon arrival until they obtain the result of their PCR test.

All passengers are also required to complete a passenger location form (see here). Travellers who do not have a full vaccination schedule must present a negative PCR test result less than 48 hours old on arrival and follow a series of measures with two tests to be carried out on the 2nd and 8th day of arrival in the UK, proof of purchase of which must be presented at the border crossing. In addition, they must undergo a 10-day isolation period, which can be carried out at home or in a hotel. In the case of Scotland, a test on the fifth day of the quarantine can shorten the quarantine if the test is negative.

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Russia

Travellers with a complete vaccination schedule do not need to show a compelling reason to travel to Russia, unlike non-vaccinated people.

Singapore

Since mid-October 2021, vaccinated persons – and unvaccinated children under 12 years of age – travelling from FrThey can enter Singapore for any reason without quarantine.

They must also present a negative PCR or antigenic test less than 48 hours old, then, upon arrival, perform a new PCR test and isolate themselves until the result is obtained. They must also obtain a “Vaccinated Travel pass” between 7 and 30 days before departure from the Singapore government’s Safe Travel website(https://eservices.ica.gov.sg/STO/).

With the arrival of the Omicron variant, Singapore has introduced a series of regular tests. For example, travellers must perform antigen self-tests on days 2, 4, 5 and 6 using ART kits and submit their results online. On days 3 and 7, these self-tests should be performed in a rapid test centre, so that they can be supervised.

Switzerland

Except for border crossers, travellers from France, including vaccinated and cured persons, should submit a PCR test less than 72 h or antigenic test less than 24 h before entry. In addition, unvaccinated or cured travellers will be required to undergo a second PCR or antigenic test between the fourth and seventh day after arrival, at their own expense. Entry form to be completed online prior to arrival at https://swissplf.admin.ch/formular.

Thailand

Thailand has re-established a mandatory quarantine for travellers, lasting between 7 and 10 days depending on their country of origin and status. They must also undergo an RT-PCR test upon arrival.

Tunisia

Vaccinated travellers over 18 years of age must present a vaccination schedule and a negative PCR test less than 48 hours old. Random screening tests may be performed upon arrival. Unvaccinated travellers are not allowed to enter Tunisia.