Covid: vaccinated EU travelers allowed to enter France PCR test-free, from June 9

Published by Caroline J. · Published on 9 June 2021 at 08h56 · Updated on 9 June 2021 at 10h34
As more and more Europeans have been given the second dose of Covid-19 vaccine, French Minister Jean-Baptiste Djebbari stated this June 4, 2021 in Cnews that vaccinated Europeans can enter France without needing a PCR test starting from June, 9th.

Travel restrictions are to be softened in the coming days in France. This Friday June 4, 2021, invited on Cnews, French Minister for ecological transition and transports Jean-Baptiste Djebbari announced vaccinated Europeans can enter France without needing a PCR test starting from June 9.

BMFTV adds that only 4 vaccines are approved in Europe, namely Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, and Janssen, and will be available for upcoming EU travelers.

Furthermore, State Secretary for Tourism, Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne, said this Friday on BFMTV-RMC that vaccinated citizens from a green area set outside the European Union (such as Australia, Israel, or South Korea) will be allowed to come to France without having to show a PCR test.

As of today, 254,98 million doses have been given to 39% of the Europeans.

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