Border tests will be lifted for vaccinated non-European travelers

Towards a relaxation of health restrictions for travelers outside the EU who wish to visit our continent. The Secretary of State for European Affairs, Clément Beaune, confirmed this Tuesday, February 8, that decisions will be made at European level in the coming days to facilitate the arrival of travelers from outside the European Union.

In fact, people with a complete vaccination schedule and who are not from the European Union will no longer have to present a negative PCR or antigen test with less than 48 hours during the controls carried out at the borders of France, as confirmed on Tuesday. in the morning the secretary. of State for European Affairs.

“We are working on it at European and French level. There will be, this week without a doubt, a new European practice so that vaccinated people who come from outside the European Union to the European Union have reduced measures. In France, we added tests in December, with Omicron wave. We will announce in the coming days the lifting of the tests for vaccinated people”, explained Clément Beaune in France 2.

People with three doses of vaccine or two doses and contamination will be affected by this new measure launched this week.

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