En De
Total doses
given
146.3M
People fully
vaccinated
52.9M
% Fully
vaccinated
78.49%
Masks
May be required
COVID-19 test
Passengers aged 12 years and older must hold a negative PCR test result where the test is carried out less than 72 hours prior to boarding or a negative antigen test result where the test is carried out less than 48 hours prior to boarding
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Required
Health form
Unvaccinated passengers must complete a Travel Certificate for access to French territory, confirming they do not have Covid-19, prior to departure
Vaccination
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Insurance
Unvaccinated passengers may need to complete a travel statement confirming that they are travelling for compelling reasons prior to arrival
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): PCR / LFT
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Quarantine:

18.05.2022

02/01/2022 For positive people with an incomplete vaccination schedule and for non-vaccinated people isolation is 10 days (full). 11/01/2022 People who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule must stay isolated strictly for 10 days and if their test is negative in the absence of symptoms for 48 hours; it is possible to end the isolation on the 7th day.;

18.05.2022

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 vaccinated 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 vaccinated passengers from a Red country; a negative PCR/antigen test is needed not older than 48 hours and a 7-day quarantine. 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 and a 7-day quarantine. For non-vaccinated passengers arriving from a Red country a negative PCR/antigen test is needed not older than 48 hours and a compulsory 10-day quarantine checked by the security forces.; 14/03/2022: no countries in the high risk group.

18.05.2022

02/01/2022 Contact case persons with an incomplete vaccination schedule and non-vaccinated contact case persons must respect isolation for a period of 7 full days from the date of the last contact with the positive person.; 11//01/2022 Contact case persons with an incomplete vaccination schedule still have 7 full days quarantine from the date of the last contact with the positive person.; 21/03/2022 Since March 21; 2022; if you have been around someone who tested positive for Covid-19; you no longer have to isolate yourself; whether you are vaccinated or not.;

06.05.2022

Self-isolation at own accommodation-subject to list.

Travellers can enter France without being subject to quarantine if they provide all the following documents: European Digital Passenger Locator Form: all travellers must fill it in before entering France.

Or

eOS electronic form, if they come from orange countries.

1. Proof of vaccination

Or

Proof of recovery from COVID-19. Validity: between 11 and 180 days.

Or

A negative result to a pre-departure test: accepted tests: molecular (PCR) test, valid 72 hours, and rapid antigen test, valid 48 hours.

Foreign nationals can also apply for an equivalent certificate of vaccination - information is available on the website of the Ministry of Health. Children younger than 12 are exempt from quarantine and testing requirements.

21.04.2022

Symptomatic people have to stay home. ; 30/06/21 updated guidelines.; 02/01/2022 For positive people with a complete vaccination schedule (booster carried out in accordance with the requirements of the health pass) and for children under 12 years old; isolation is now for a period of 7 days (full) after the date of the onset of symptoms or the date of the positive test sample. However; after 5 days; the positive person can be released from isolation if they perform an antigen test or RT-PCR and it is negative or they have had no clinical signs of infection for 48 hours.; 11/01/2022 Positive people with a complete vaccination schedule and positive children under 12 years old will have 7 full days quarantine and they can end their quarantine if their test is negative and in the absence of symptoms for 48 hours at day 5; if positive they must continue to isolate until day 7.

30.03.2022

02/01/2022 Vaccinated persons in contact; are no longer obliged to isolate themselves.; 28/02/2022 A contact case person must perform only one test (self-test; RT-PCR or antigen test) on D2; i.e. two days after being informed that they have been in contact with a person who tested positive; instead of three tests (at D0; D2 and D4) before. In the case of a positive self-test; the person will have to do a confirmatory RT-PCR or antigen test. The rules relating to isolation remain unchanged.; 21/03/2022 Since March 21; 2022; if you have been around someone who tested positive for Covid-19; you no longer have to isolate yourself; whether you are vaccinated or not.

17.11.2021

TousAntiCovid application launched.

17.11.2021

Contact tracing will be performed by regional authorities; 29/01/2020 tools for procedures ready

26.05.2021

Self-isolation at own accommodation-subject to list.

Only in the case of COVID-19 symptoms, travellers will have to undergo a quarantine or isolation.

If a test cannot be carried out in the country of departure, you can ask the French Embassy or Consulate for a specific document called "RT-PCR test exemption". In this case, you will be tested upon arrival and a 7-day compulsory quarantine will have to be completed in an accommodation establishment validated by the public authorities, with an additional test at the end of the isolation period.

Arrivals from: Australia, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea or the United Kingdom. If you are arriving from one of these countries, you can enter France. You must comply with health regulations (PCR test and declaration) and you must quarantine for 7 days after your arrival.

Arrivals from: Argentina, Bangladesh, Brazil, Chile, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Qatar, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrein, Colombia, Costa Rica and Uruguay. If you are in one of these countries, you can only enter France (including French overseas territories) if you have urgent reasons for travel. You must comply with health check measures (PCR test and declaration). You will be subject to a compulsory 10-day quarantine.