En De
Total doses
given
149.8M
People fully
vaccinated
53.1M
% Fully
vaccinated
78.69%
Masks
Not required
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Visa
Visa not required for 31 countries
Permission
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Public Place:

03.08.2022

Meeting more than 10 people in public spaces not allowed

03.08.2022

Ban on festive gatherings in party halls or multipurpose rooms and in marquees; tents and structures incompatible with wearing a mask (wedding; student party; etc.). Also all public events have been cancelled.;

03.08.2022

29/06/2022: face masks are recommended in all enclosed spaces due to the upsoar of cases.; 28/07/2022 Parliament has definitively adopted; by a final vote of the Senate; a bill which explicitly puts an end to the exceptional measures against Covid-19 on August 1st; 2022.;

02.08.2022

museums and monuments can open with 8m² per visitor; cinemas; theatres; party halls; marquees with a limitation of 35% of capacity; up to 800 people per hall; Spas open with a limitation of 50% capacity; outdoor seated festivals can resume with 35% capacity and up to 1;000 people; open-air zoological parks can open with a limit of 50% capacity; casinos can open with 35% capacity for contactless games;

02.08.2022

Opening: museums and monuments 2 June 2020; cinemas 22 June 2020 but stadiums remain closed.

18.05.2022

16/05/2022 From Monday; May 16; wearing a mask will no longer be compulsory but recommended on all public transport with the exception in health or care facilities (in particular hospitals; pharmacies; or even laboratories of medical biology) in which it remains required for caregivers; patients and visitors.;

18.05.2022

28/02/2022: Face masks are no longer mandatory in closed spaces subject to the vaccination pass requirement. Face masks remain in the rest of closed settings and public transport.; 14/03/2022 Wearing a mask is no longer compulsory in establishments open to the public; with the exception of all indoor transport and in health or care facilities (in particular hospitals; pharmacies; or even laboratories of medical biology) in which it remains required for caregivers; patients and visitors.; 16/05/2022 From Monday; May 16; wearing a mask will no longer be compulsory on all public transport with the exception in health or care facilities (in particular hospitals; pharmacies; or even laboratories of medical biology) in which it remains required for caregivers; patients and visitors.;

21.04.2022

indoor sports establishments (gymnasiums; indoor swimming pools) can accommodate athletes/facility users (except for contact sports) and spectators ( 65% of the capacity; up to 5000 people seated; health pas for more than 1000 people) outdoor sports activities are possible with a limit of 25 people; including contact sports; outdoor sports competitions for amateur practitioners can be held within the limit of 500 participants; outdoor sports establishments (stadiums) can accommodate all athletes (including for contact sports) and spectators ( 65% of the workforce; up to 5;000 seated people; health pass for more than 1;000 people).; 14/03/2022: no more restrictions incl. need for health pass to enter venues.

21.04.2022

09/07/2021 Cafes and restaurants open up to 50% capacity and with maximum 6 people per table; 09/08/2021: the health pass becomes compulsory in cafes and restaurants. A face mask is not compulsory for people with the health pass.; 03/01/2022 In cafes and bars; drinking while standing is prohibited.; 14/03/2022 From March 14; 2022; the presentation of the vaccination pass is no longer required to access places open to the public for people aged 16 and over.;

30.03.2022

Children (above 11) going to middle school and high school need to wear a mask if in a closed space where it is not possible to keep a distance of 1 m. Teachers of all grade levels must wear a mask if in a close space where it is not possible to keep a distance of 1 m; 01/09/2020: facemasks mandatory from middle school ; age 11; 28/10/2020 - face mask mandatory for children above 6 in schools; 15/11/2021: all departments have been at level 2/yellow in the health protocol; with the wearing of a mask again compulsory for all elementary school students.; 14/03/2022 End of wearing mask indoors.;

15.03.2022

Museums and monuments can open with 4m² per visitor; cinemas; theatres; party halls; marquees with a limitation of 65% of capacity; up to 5000 people per hall; spas open at 100% capacity; outdoor seated festivals can resume with 55% capacity and up to 5;000 people; open-air zoological parks can open with a limit of 65% capacity; casinos can open with 50% capacity for contactless games.; 22/06/2021: Festivals and standing concerts may resume on 30/06/2021 with a dedicated protocol: a) a gauge of 75% will apply indoors; while outdoors it will be 100% b) a health pass will be required from 1;000 spectators; whether for the outdoors or indoor concerts c) wearing a mask will be compulsory when the number of spectators is less than 1000; for events without compulsory health pass d) for events where the health pass will be in force; above 1;000 people; wearing a mask will not be compulsory but will remain recommended. Discos will be able to reopen from July 9; with an adapted sanitary protocol: a) the presentation of a health pass will be necessary to enter the establishment: each one; with a vaccination certificate or a recent negative PCR test will be able to enter the discotheque b) given this health pass; wearing a mask will only be recommended and not compulsory c) a gauge has been set at 75% for indoor discos and 100% outdoors d) the paper or digital reminder book will be mandatory.; 30/06/2021: lifting of gauge limits (depending on the local situation) in cinemas; theatres; museums.; 09/06/2021; to attend events bringing together 1;000 people or more; one of the following three proofs constituting the “health pass” is required: a) vaccination (complete scheme) b) negative test of less than 48 hours for access to the major events concerned c) RT-PCR or positive antigen test attesting to recovery from Covid-19; 30/06/2021: these same guarantees will also be required to attend indoor and outdoor events bringing together 1;000 people or more; 21/07/2021: the health pass is compulsory for all places of leisure and culture bringing together more than 50 people. A face mask is not compulsory for people with the health pass.; 10/12/2021 Nightclubs have to shut for 3 weeks.; 27/12/2021 In some places such as cinemas; theatres; sports facilities; the sale and consumption of food and drink is prohibited; partial activity has been mobilized for the entertainment and audiovisual sectors.; 3/01/2022 Nightclubs will remain closed for at least 3 weeks.; 16/02/2022 The consumption and sale of food and drink in stadiums; cinemas or public transport is again permitted. Standing concerts and standing consumption in bars can resume. Nightclubs can reopen. All this with the COVID pass requirements.; 14/03/2022 Abolition of the vaccination pass to access all places (restaurants; bars; nightclubs; cinemas; theaters; performance halls; museums; stadiums; fairs and exhibitions; etc.) where it is currently required.;

04.03.2022

02/02/2022: Wearing a mask is no longer required outdoors in town centres; open-air markets; ski lifts and queues at ski resorts.; 28/02/2022: Face masks are no longer mandatory in closed spaces subject to the vaccination pass requirement. Face masks remains in the rest of closed settings and public transport.

03.03.2022

No gatherings in homes aside from close family members

03.03.2022

02/02/2022 All venue that accommodates the seated public can operate at full capacity; without limiting the number of visitors admitted; respecting the obligation to wear a mask. This lifting of the restriction concerns in particular stadiums and large performance halls which could not accommodate more than 2;000 people indoors; and 5;000 outdoors; only for seated public.;

02.03.2022

Festivals and standing concerts may resume on 30 Jun 2021 with a dedicated protocol: a) limit of 75% will apply indoors; while outdoors it will be 100% b) a health pass will be required from 1;000 spectators; whether for the outdoors or indoor concerts c) wearing a mask will be compulsory when the number of spectators is less than 1000; for events without compulsory health pass d) for events where the health pass will be in force; above 1;000 people; wearing a mask will not be compulsory but will remain recommended.; 03/01/2022 From January 3; 2022 and for 3 weeks; the gauges will be restored for major events: 2;000 people indoors.; 16/02/22: gauges removed.

25.02.2022

Facemask no longer compulsory outdoors from the 17th of June. Wearing a mask remains mandatory outdoors in situations where the rules of distancing cannot be applied. The rules in force today for wearing masks indoors remain unchanged at this stage: offices; shops; public services; indoor shows; etc; 04/10/2021: EXCEPTION - end of the obligation to wear a mask in primary schools in the departments where the incidence rate is less than 50 per 100;000 inhabitants for at least 5 days.; 28/12/2021 Wearing a mask is compulsory from the age of 6 indoors in all establishments open to the public; it is extended to certain town centres by the prefects in conjunction with the mayors. Also; until January 23 inclusive; wearing a mask is compulsory from the age of 6 in internal public transport and in places open to the public.; 02/02/2022 Wearing a mask is no longer required outdoors in town centres; open-air markets; ski lifts and queues at ski resorts.;

25.02.2022

11/05/2020: mask wearing compulsory in public transport for passengers from 11 years. ; 20/07/2020: Face mask are now mandatory in all closed public spaces.

21.02.2022

On 28/10; France announced a national lockdown and mandatory use of masks in all public places.

21.02.2022

Facemask mandatory in all closed spaces.

18.02.2022

Mandatory mask use introduced gradually in different provinces according to local rules. ; On 28/10; France announced a national lockdown and national introduction of mask use in force the next day.

18.02.2022

Facemasks recommended for general population in all public spaces when physical distancing cannot be maintained.

16.02.2022

Festivals and standing concerts may resume on 30 Jun 2021 with a dedicated protocol: a) limit of 75% will apply indoors; while outdoors it will be 100% b) a health pass will be required from 1;000 spectators; whether for the outdoors or indoor concerts c) wearing a mask will be compulsory when the number of spectators is less than 1000; for events without compulsory health pass d) for events where the health pass will be in force; above 1;000 people; wearing a mask will not be compulsory but will remain recommended.; 03/01/2022 From January 3; 2022 and for 3 weeks; the gauges will be restored for major events: 2;000 people indoors; 5;000 people outdoors. Standing concerts will be prohibited.; 02/02/2022 All venue that accommodates the seated public can operate at full capacity; without limiting the number of visitors admitted; respecting the obligation to wear a mask. This lifting of the restriction concerns in particular stadiums and large performance halls which could not accommodate more than 2;000 people indoors; and 5;000 outdoors.;

16.07.2021

ban on festive gatherings in party halls or multipurpose rooms and in marquees; tents and structures incompatible with wearing a mask (wedding; student party; etc.

16.07.2021

Places of worship will remain open for funeral ceremonies up to a limit of 30 people and for weddings with a maximum of 6 people.; 19/05/2021 funerals can have a limit of 50 people; 30/06/2021 end of restrictions in places of worship.

16.07.2021

All public events have been cancelled.

15.06.2021

Outdoor terraces open with a limitation of 50% of the capacity and a maximum of 6 people per table.

15.06.2021

museums and monuments can open with 8m² per visitor; cinemas; theatres; party halls; marquees with a limitation of 35% of capacity; up to 800 people per hall; Spas open with a limitation of 50% capacity; outdoor seated festivals can resume with 35% capacity and up to 1;000 people; open-air zoological parks can open with a limit of 50% capacity; casinos can open with 35% capacity for contactless games;

15.06.2021

indoor sports establishments (gymnasiums; indoor swimming pools) can accommodate athletes/facility users (priority audiences such as schoolchildren) and spectators ( 35% of the capacity; up to 800 people seated)

31.05.2021

Public gatherings of more than 6 people are not allowed except for manifestations

31.05.2021

Closure of restaurants and bars except for delivery services

31.05.2021

Sporting facilities closure

31.05.2021

Selected non essential shops are allowed to re-open: booksellers; record stores; art galleries; auction rooms. The following are allowed to open until 21.00: clothing stores; florists; shopping centers; hairdressing salons. From 16/02/2021; in line with the curfew; selected shops are allowed open between 6 am and 6 pm. From 3 of April; closure of store bigger than 10;000 m².

31.05.2021

Closure of theatres; cinemas; museums etc.

19.05.2021

All of France have a limitation of maximum 30 people for social activities apart from: Finistère; Côtes-d'Armor; source: Gouvernement; Manche; Meyenne; Orne; Eure-Et-Loire; Aisne; Ardennes; Meuse; Moselle; Aube; Loret-et-Cher; Deux-Sèvres; Vendée; Indre; Cher; Vosges; Haut Rhin; Haute Saone; Jura; Haute Savoie; Ardeche; Cantal; Lot; Lot et Garonne; Dordogne Cherente Maritime; Vienne

20.04.2021

In addition to the national closure of non-essential shops; 23 departments will have to close shopping centres or large commercial areas; of more than 10;000 m2

11.12.2020

Cannot meet over 10 in beaches; parks; gardens

03.12.2020

Organised events cannot go over 1000

03.12.2020

Gyms and sport centres closed

03.12.2020

Bars closed and restaurants open with some restrictions

03.12.2020

Non essential shops are closed; e.g. Hairdressers; booksellers and florists

03.12.2020

Cannot meet over 10 in beaches; parks; gardens

03.12.2020

Meeting more than 10 people in public spaces not allowed

03.12.2020

Bars close at 22

03.12.2020

Gyms and sports centres closed

04.11.2020

Bars and restaurants compeltley closed

03.11.2020

Partial closure of bars

03.11.2020

Open Air Establishments open to the public (stadiums for example) will be subject to a limit of 1000 people.

03.11.2020

Closure of sport facilities

03.11.2020

Bars closed and restaurant open between 21h-6h

07.08.2020

MG over 5000 not allowed until 31 August 2020

17.07.2020

Non-essential shops closure: Partially closed

Restrictive measures mandatory between 02 June 2020 to TBD

All shops, including non-essential shops, restaurants/bars/coffee places are opened again in Green departments (where the virus circulates little). In Orange departments (where the virus circulates more than in other departments), restaurants/bars/coffee places are only allowed to reopen their terraces.

Events stop: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 15 June 2020 to TBD

Private gatherings are allowed without a limitation in the number of participants. Public gatherings with maximum 5.000 people are allowed. Gatherings in closed places should be avoided. Large museums (e.g. Le Louvre in Paris) reopen to the public in the green departments. In orange departments, closed places such as swimming-pools, cinema, indoor markets remain closed. Prefets are allowed to adapt these measures depending on the local sanitary situations. From 1 August, wearing mask in closed public places will be mandatory.

26.06.2020

Museums and monuments 2 june 2020 - Cinemas 22 June 2020 - Stadiums remain closed.

26.06.2020

Opeening: museums and monuments 2 june 2020; cinemas 22 June 2020 but stadiums remain closed.

15.06.2020

18.05: MG over 10 people allowed; Start date moved to be syncronized with Lthe lockdown.