France Reimposes Strict Covid Curbs On Travel From UK
Britons and other non-EU arrivals will again have to prove that they have a “compelling reason” to enter France, it said.
France had relaxed that requirement in March for the United Kingdom as well as a number of other non-EU members.
But from Monday “compelling reasons will be required for non-EU foreigners who are not residents in France and who come to France from the United Kingdom”, the ministry said in a statement.
It said in addition those visitors would have to self-isolate for seven days on arrival.
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