With the summer the interest in traveling returns and there are many Spaniards who want to visit France. Currently it is possible to travel to the Gallic country, although there is a series of restrictions that must be met.
Any traveler over 12 years of age who wants to visit must prove the ‘Covid Digital Certificate of the European Union’. It indicates if the person has received a complete Covid vaccination with any of the drugs approved by the EMA at least 7 days before the trip (or 28 days in the case of Janssen), or if a covid diagnostic test, with negative result, at least 24 hours before the trip, as well as having passed the virus in the last 6 months. The Failure to accredit one of these situations may lead to boarding being denied.
In addition, if traveling by plane, the passenger must fill out a sworn declaration in which you certify that you do not have symptoms of the coronavirus, as well as that you have not been in contact with a positive case in the last 14 days. However, if required by the French authorities, you will undergo a covid diagnostic test upon arrival at the airport.
On the other hand, it is important to emphasize that most airlines only accept surgical mask, not cloth ones.
If you want to travel to France by land will be exempt from presenting any proof or certificate people who document that their displacement is less than 24 hours and within a radius of 30 kilometers around the place of residence. Nor will the tests be necessary in the event that you travel by professional reasons whose urgency or frequency prevents the performance of the test, as well as the travel of road transport professionals in the exercise of their professional activity.
Restrictive measures in France
Right now in the rooster country there is no curfew or time limitations. However, since last July 21 it is mandatory to present the European certificate in all entertainment venues that gather more than 50 people. The obligation to enter bars, restaurants, shopping centers, trains, airplanes, hospitals and nursing homes for the elderly will be expanded from early August.
The use of the mask is mandatory indoors, as well as on public transport and in certain outdoor situations, such as sporting and cultural events.