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Total doses
given
151.6M
People fully
vaccinated
53.1M
% Fully
vaccinated
78.31%
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Movement Restrictions:

20.09.2022

01/08/2020: PCR test must be conducted within 3 days before arrival from non-EU countries; and a justification for travel must be provided; 21/01/2021: travellers from outside EU will need to isolate for 7 days once they arrive in France and take a second test at the end of this period; 23/01/2021: A PCR test will be mandatory for all European travellers arriving in France (except by land transport); 09/06/2021: the French borders are reopened according to the classification of countries (Green; Orange; Red). For vaccinated passengers coming from a Green country; no PCR/antigen test is needed. For passengers from an Orange; a negative PCR test is needed not older than 72 hours or a negative antigen test not older than 48 hours. For passengers from a Red country; a negative PCR/antigen test is needed not older than 48 hours. For non-vaccinated passengers arriving from a Green country; a negative PCR/antigen test is needed not older than 72 hours. For non-vaccinated passengers arriving from an Orange country; a negative PCR test is needed on arrival not older than 72 hours or a negative antigen test not older than 48 hours. For non-vaccinated passengers arriving from a Red country a negative PCR/antigen test is needed not older than 48 hours.; 26/11/2021 Due to omicron variant; people who have travelled in the last 14 days in one of these countries (South Africa; Lesotho; Botswana; Zimbabwe; Mozambique; Namibia and Eswatini) are invited to contact the authorities and to perform an RT-PCR screening test as soon as possible.; 04/12/2021 Any person of 12 years and over entering the French territory must present a negative PCR or antigen test of less than 24h for unvaccinated travellers from European Union countries or 48 hours for all travellers coming from a country outside the European Union; whether these travellers are vaccinated or not. People with a complete vaccination schedule do not have to take a test when arriving from a member state of the European Union; Andorra; Iceland; Liechtenstein; Monaco; Norway; San Marino; the Holy See or Switzerland. Children under 12 are exempt from the testing requirement.; 27/12/2021 Anyone aged 12 and over entering French territory must present a negative PCR or antigen test of less than 24 or 48 hours depending on the country of origin. The only exception is that people with a complete vaccination schedule do not have to take a test when they arrive from a Member State of the European Union; Andorra; Iceland; Liechtenstein; Monaco; Norway; San Marino; the Holy See or Switzerland.; 12/02/2022 For travelers vaccinated within the meaning of European regulations; no more tests will be required on departure. For unvaccinated travellers; the obligation to present a negative test to travel to France remains but there is no isolation;; 28/07/2022: Government puts an end to the “health pass” on August 1.;

10.08.2022

01/08/2020: PCR test must be conducted within 3 days before arrival from non-EU countries; and a justification for travel must be provided; 21/01/2021: travellers from outside EU will need to isolate for 7 days once they arrive in France and take a second test at the end of this period; 23/01/2021: A PCR test will be mandatory for all European travellers arriving in France (except by land transport); 09/06/2021: the French borders are reopened according to the classification of countries (Green; Orange; Red). For vaccinated passengers coming from a Green country; no PCR/antigen test is needed. For passengers from an Orange; a negative PCR test is needed not older than 72 hours or a negative antigen test not older than 48 hours. For passengers from a Red country; a negative PCR/antigen test is needed not older than 48 hours. For non-vaccinated passengers arriving from a Green country; a negative PCR/antigen test is needed not older than 72 hours. For non-vaccinated passengers arriving from an Orange country; a negative PCR test is needed on arrival not older than 72 hours or a negative antigen test not older than 48 hours. For non-vaccinated passengers arriving from a Red country a negative PCR/antigen test is needed not older than 48 hours.; 26/11/2021 Due to omicron variant; people who have travelled in the last 14 days in one of these countries (South Africa; Lesotho; Botswana; Zimbabwe; Mozambique; Namibia and Eswatini) are invited to contact the authorities and to perform an RT-PCR screening test as soon as possible.; 04/12/2021 Any person of 12 years and over entering the French territory must present a negative PCR or antigen test of less than 24h for unvaccinated travellers from European Union countries or 48 hours for all travellers coming from a country outside the European Union; whether these travellers are vaccinated or not. People with a complete vaccination schedule do not have to take a test when arriving from a member state of the European Union; Andorra; Iceland; Liechtenstein; Monaco; Norway; San Marino; the Holy See or Switzerland. Children under 12 are exempt from the testing requirement.; 27/12/2021 Anyone aged 12 and over entering French territory must present a negative PCR or antigen test of less than 24 or 48 hours depending on the country of origin. The only exception is that people with a complete vaccination schedule do not have to take a test when they arrive from a Member State of the European Union; Andorra; Iceland; Liechtenstein; Monaco; Norway; San Marino; the Holy See or Switzerland.; 12/02/2022 For travelers vaccinated within the meaning of European regulations; no more tests will be required on departure. For unvaccinated travellers; the obligation to present a negative test to travel to France remains but there is no isolation;; 28/07/2022: Government until March 31; 2023; require people over the age of 12 to present a negative Covid test or certificate of vaccination or proof of recovery.

28.06.2022

From Saturday March 20; 2021; in addition to the curfew delayed at 7 p.m.; reinforced measures will be introduced during the day from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. During this period; travel is prohibited except within the limit of 10 km from the place of residence and within the department of residence.

03.06.2022

26/11/2021 The Government calls on travelers who had planned to visit these countries (South Africa; Lesotho; Botswana; Zimbabwe; Mozambique; Namibia and Eswatini) to suspend their trip due to omicron variant.;

18.05.2022

Martinique : from 30/7/2021 a confinement is in place from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. From 5 a.m. to 7 p.m.; only trips within a radius of 10 km are authorized; beyond that; proof will be required c) Reunion : from 31/07/2021; a confinement is set up from 6 p.m. to 5 a.m. From 5 a.m. to 6 p.m.; only trips within a radius of 10 km on weekdays and 5 km on Sundays are authorized; beyond that; proof will be required; 30/08/2021: for overseas territories affected by curfew and/or containment measures; completing the digital exceptional travel certificate is mandatory. Regarding air transport to overseas territories; the PCR test within 72 hours before boarding is an obligation. The prefect may impose compelling reasons for departure and arrival in the territories.; 31/03/2022; end of state of emergency and restrictions.

18.05.2022

17/03/2020: closure of borders.; 15/06/20: lifting of restrictions at European internal borders. European countries (Member States of the European Union as well as Andorra; Iceland; Liechtenstein; Monaco; Norway; San Marino; Switzerland and Vatican) can enter the French territory without restrictions. People coming from the European area are also exempt from the fortnight upon their arrival in France. By reciprocity; however; restrictions will continue to apply at the borders with the United Kingdom: UK has chosen to introduce a 14-day obligation on June 8 2020 for travellers from France; 09/06/2021: the flow of travellers between France and foreign countries has been reopened according to modalities that vary depending on the health situation of third countries and the vaccination of travellers. A classification of countries has been defined on the basis of health indicators. For vaccinated passengers coming from a Green country; no PCR/antigen test is needed. For passengers from an Orange; a negative PCR test is needed not older than 72 hours or a negative antigen test not older than 48 hours. For passengers from a Red country; a negative PCR/antigen test is needed not older than 48 hours. For non-vaccinated passengers arriving from a Green country; a negative PCR/antigen test is needed not older than 72 hours. For non-vaccinated passengers arriving from an Orange country; a negative PCR test is needed on arrival not older than 72 hours or a negative antigen test not older than 48 hours. For non-vaccinated passengers arriving from a Red country a negative PCR/antigen test is needed not older than 48 hours; 15/06/2021: travellers from the UK are no longer subject to entry restrictions but will remain; until further notice; invited to observe a fortnight upon their arrival. Planned Gradual opening of the external EU borders from July 1; 01/07/2021: the EU digital COVID certificate comes into effect in all Member States; with a transition period of six weeks. Its use is legally planned until 30/06/2022; 13/07/2021: People arriving from one of the following countries: Australia; Canada; South Korea; Georgia; Japan; Montenegro; Morocco; New Zealand; Rwanda; Serbia; Thailand; Tunisia; Uruguay are no longer subject to restrictions for their entry into metropolitan France. This list will be updated regularly; at least every 15 days; in conjunction with our European partners; taking into account the recommendation of the Council of the European Union; changes in the health situation and the respect for reciprocity; 26/11/2021 Travelers from South Africa; Lesotho; Botswana; Zimbabwe; Mozambique; Namibia and Eswatini; regardless of their vaccination status; will no longer be able to enter the national territory; for a minimum period of 48 hours.; 14/03/2022: no countries in the high risk group.

21.04.2022

01/08/2020: PCR test must be conducted within 3 days before arrival from non-EU countries; and a justification for travel must be provided; 21/01/2021: travellers from outside EU will need to isolate for 7 days once they arrive in France and take a second test at the end of this period; 23/01/2021: A PCR test will be mandatory for all European travellers arriving in France (except by land transport); 09/06/2021: the French borders are reopened according to the classification of countries (Green; Orange; Red). For vaccinated passengers coming from a Green country; no PCR/antigen test is needed. For passengers from an Orange; a negative PCR test is needed not older than 72 hours or a negative antigen test not older than 48 hours. For passengers from a Red country; a negative PCR/antigen test is needed not older than 48 hours. For non-vaccinated passengers arriving from a Green country; a negative PCR/antigen test is needed not older than 72 hours. For non-vaccinated passengers arriving from an Orange country; a negative PCR test is needed on arrival not older than 72 hours or a negative antigen test not older than 48 hours. For non-vaccinated passengers arriving from a Red country a negative PCR/antigen test is needed not older than 48 hours.; 26/11/2021 Due to omicron variant; people who have travelled in the last 14 days in one of these countries (South Africa; Lesotho; Botswana; Zimbabwe; Mozambique; Namibia and Eswatini) are invited to contact the authorities and to perform an RT-PCR screening test as soon as possible.; 04/12/2021 Any person of 12 years and over entering the French territory must present a negative PCR or antigen test of less than 24h for unvaccinated travellers from European Union countries or 48 hours for all travellers coming from a country outside the European Union; whether these travellers are vaccinated or not. People with a complete vaccination schedule do not have to take a test when arriving from a member state of the European Union; Andorra; Iceland; Liechtenstein; Monaco; Norway; San Marino; the Holy See or Switzerland. Children under 12 are exempt from the testing requirement.; 27/12/2021 Anyone aged 12 and over entering French territory must present a negative PCR or antigen test of less than 24 or 48 hours depending on the country of origin. The only exception is that people with a complete vaccination schedule do not have to take a test when they arrive from a Member State of the European Union; Andorra; Iceland; Liechtenstein; Monaco; Norway; San Marino; the Holy See or Switzerland.; 12/02/2022 For travelers vaccinated within the meaning of European regulations; no more tests will be required on departure. For unvaccinated travellers; the obligation to present a negative test to travel to France remains but there is no isolation;;

08.04.2022

Faced with the rapid deterioration of the situation in Guadeloupe; Saint-Barthélemy; Saint-Martin; Martinique and Reunion; the Prefects; in agreement with the Government; have decided to strengthen measures to slow down the progress of the 'epidemic: a) Guadeloupe: from 30/04/2021 a curfew is re-established between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. b) Martinique : from 30/7/2021 a confinement is in place from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. From 5 a.m. to 7 p.m.; movements outside the home are authorized within a radius of 10 km; beyond that; proof of essential trip will be required c) Reunion : from 31/07/2021; a confinement is set up from 6 p.m. to 5 a.m. From 5 a.m. to 6 p.m.; only trips within a radius of 10 km on weekdays and 5 km on Sundays are authorized; beyond that; proof will be required; 30/08/2021: the Government has decided to strengthen the measures to slow down the progression of the epidemic in the concerned areas In France; curfew ended on 20 June (from 09/06/2021: 11:00 pm - 06:00 am); except in Guadeloupe; Martinique and St-Martin. ** Guadeloupe: ; 04/08/2021: curfew advanced from 1 hour (08:00 pm - 05:00 am); 05/08/2021: stay-at-home order: movements outside the home are authorized within a radius of 10 km; beyond that; proof of essential trip will be required; 13/08/2021: Reinforcement of stay-at-home order: curfew 07:00 pm - 05:00 am and movements restricted to 5km around the residence during day time only; 22/09/2021: slight release of the restrictions: curfew 08:00 pm - 05:00 am; movements authorized within the 10km of the residence during day time.; 11/03/2022: curfew is maintained.; 01/04/2022: Curfew is lifted.** Martinique: ; 20/06/2021: End of the curfew (11:00 pm-05:00 am); 13/07/2021: new curfew (09:00 pm - 05:00 am); 30/07/2021: New stay-at-home order (movements during the day are restricted to 1km around residence) and reinforcement of curfew (07:00 pm - 05:00 am); 20/09/2021: Curfew maintained at 07:00 pm but stay-at-home order is released as any movement during the day is allowed up to 10km around home without need of justification.; 09/12/2021: Curfew changed to 08:00pm.; 18/02/2022: curfew maintained from 10pm to 5am.; 01/04/2022: Curfew lifted. ** Reunion: 31/07/2021: Stay-at-home order (10km away from home during week days and 5km during weekends) and curfew 06:00 pm - 05:00 am; 06/09/2021: stay-at-home order lifted up during week days; maintained during weekends and curfew pushed to 09:00 pm; 18/09/2021: Stay-at-home order completely lifted up but curfew maintained between 11:00 pm - 05:00 am.; 30/12/2021: Curfew changed to 09:00 pm until at least 23rd Jan.; 21/02/2022: curfew lifted. **Guyane: For the red zone; curfew from Monday to Friday from 7 pm to 5 am; and Sunday. Restaurants and bars will be closed; as well as sports halls; museums; cinemas. During the hours from 5 am to 7 pm anyone traveling outside their home must provide proof of their trip; by means of a certificate.; 22/02/2022: curfew is lifted in Guyana.

06.04.2022

17/03/20: Entry ban for individuals other than citizens from countries in the European Union; European Economic Area; and United Kingdom; long-term residents and people with long-term visa or residence permits; family members of EU and EEA citizens; medical personnel and people responsible for transport of goods. 1/03/2022: The European Union recommends that its member nations remove any non-essential travel bans for vaccinated tourists arriving from third countries starting March 1; 2022.

16.12.2021

26/11/2021 The Government calls on travelers who had planned to visit these countries (South Africa; Lesotho; Botswana; Zimbabwe; Mozambique; Namibia and Eswatini) to suspend their trip due to omicron variant.;

22.10.2021

14/03/2020: Citizens were asked to work from home and only go outside to buy essential supplies. 16/03/2020: National lockdown.

27.09.2021

17/10/2020: New curfew between 21h-6h. The criteria adopted concerning the implementation of the curfew are : more than 250/100;000 of positive cases; more than 100/100;000 of positive cases in the elderly; an occupancy rate of resuscitation beds greater than 30% with a dynamic leading to an overrun of 50% in the coming weeks. This measure affected 16 departments. ; 23/10/2020: More departments joined the curfew. In total 54 departments. ; 29/10/2020: Curfew replaced by national lockdown.

27.09.2021

cannot go out between 21h-6h

27.09.2021

15/12/2020: Curfew is in place between 20:00 and 06:00 (this will not be applied on the 24th of December). ; 02/01/2021: Certain French departments have an earlier curfew that starts at 18:00. ; 18/01/2021: Extended curfew throughout the whole country between 18:00 and 06:00. ; 20/03/2021: Curfew between 19:00 and 06:00. ; 19/05/2021: Curfew between 21:00 and 06:00. ; 09/06/2021: Curfew between 23:00 and 06:00.

23.09.2021

Restricted movement except for specific circumstances - e.g. Travel between home and place of professional activity or universities; essential purchases...

19.05.2021

In metropolitan areas; movements restricted to a radius of 10km from the place of residence. No inter-regional travel is authorized.

20.04.2021

From Saturday March 20; 2021; in addition to the curfew delayed at 7 p.m.; reinforced measures will be introduced during the day from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. During this period; travel is prohibited except within the limit of 10 km from the place of residence and within the department of residence.

29.03.2021

Lockdown in place during the weekend in Dunkirk and Hauts de Flandre

15.03.2021

Lockdown in place during the weekends (26 February-1 March and 5-8 March)

03.12.2020

from 15 June: 1 / lifting of restrictions at European internal borders from June 15. European countries (Member States of the European Union as well as Andorra; Iceland; Liechtenstein; Monaco; Norway; San Marino; Switzerland and Vatican) can enter the territory French without restrictions related to the fight against COVID-19. People coming from the European area are also exempt from the fortnight upon their arrival in France. By reciprocity; however; restrictions will continue to apply at the borders with the United Kingdom: The United Kingdom has chosen to introduce a fourteen-day obligation on June 8 for travelers from France. Since June 15; travelers from the United Kingdom are no longer subject to entry restrictions linked to the fight against COVID-19 but will remain; until further notice; invited to observe a fortnight upon their arrival. 2. Planned Gradual opening of the external EU borders from July 1. Air; Land and Port.

03.12.2020

People are not allowed to leave the house between 21h and 6h

03.12.2020

Only for EU citizens.

03.11.2020

cannot go out between 21h-6h

17.07.2020

National movement restrictions: Free

Restrictive measures mandatory between 02 June 2020 to TBD

National movements are allowed. Wearing mask is mandatory when circulating with public transport, taxis and airplanes. People in the departments categorised as Orange (where the virus circulates more than in other departments) are not allowed to circulate outside the department but only within.

International movement restrictions: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 15 June 2020 to TBD

Travellers from EU member states as well as Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland, and the Vatican have been allowed to visit the county since June 15 without a health certificate or any form of quarantine upon arrival. Only passengers from Spain and the UK are asked to submit to a voluntary quarantine, "in reciprocity" to current regulations in place in both countries, France' Foreign Affairs Ministry has explained. Per the EU Council's recommendation, France reopened its borders to 15 non-member states on July 1: Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay and China (although China is subject to confirmation of reciprocity).

16.07.2020

Population confinement. Mobilised 100;000 police to enforce restrictions on movement. Fixed checkpoints set up across the country and fines of up to 135 euros handed to anyone flouting restrictions. Only trips to supermarkets; pharmacies and places of work allowed and all workers told to telework if possible. Update 18.05.2020: limitation in a radius of 100 km of the place of residence.

15.06.2020

Population confinement. Mobilised 100;000 police to enforce restrictions on movement. Fixed checkpoints set up across the country and fines of up to 135 euros handed to anyone flouting restrictions. Only trips to supermarkets; pharmacies and places of work allowed and all workers told to telework if possibe ; 18.05.2020: in a radius of 100 km of the place of residence.

03.06.2020

Only for EU citizens.

26.03.2020

People asked to reduce their travel; especially between towns

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