France abolishes regulations on masks and Covid vaccines will be approved by the end of this month

France will change its Covid rules later this month, including removing Covid vaccination cards for tourists and locals visiting bars, restaurants and hotels.

A passerby walks his dog and wears a protective mask, at the Trocadero, in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris
France is easing Covid rules on masks and vaccination tickets

Brits are aiming Holidays in France By the end of this month, it will no longer be mandatory to wear a mask – or to need a Covid vaccination card to enter places like bars, restaurants, clubs and museums.

French Prime Minister, Jean Castex, confirmed that the changes will take effect from March 14.

France has some complicated vaccination rules including currently requiring a vaccination pass to enter certain locations such as restaurants, bars and hotels. The rules apply to anyone aged 16 or over, although unvaccinated children aged 12-15 can visit sites with ‘passing hygiene services’ aka Covid testing negative.

From March 14, these rules will be lifted, although some locations will still require immunization cards such as hospitals and care homes.

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Meanwhile, masks will no longer be mandatory from that date. At the end of February, the country lifted the requirement to wear masks in outdoor spaces or places where vaccination cards are required.

As of March 14, this will also be extended to all locations, although face masks will still be mandatory on all public transport in France.

It is worth noting that currently only fully vaccinated Britons can visit France for non-essential reasons such as public holidays and all visitors need to sign a ‘sworn declaration’ in advance. when visiting.

France will also remove mandatory masks as it relaxes its rules


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The easing of rules will come in time for Britons planning trips to France for the Easter holiday, whether it’s a getaway to Disneyland Paris or discover some The most beautiful villages in France.

The holiday hotspot is one of the 12 countries recently relaxed travel rules for travelers, as it no longer requires vaccinated travelers to take a Covid test before traveling (this applies to anyone 12 years of age or older).

Meanwhile Spain eased its rules for unvaccinated teenagers traveling with vaccinated parents, while Greece announced plan to remove forms before travel for all visits. Iceland took even more drastic action; it is over all its Covid travel rulesmake it one of three countries Britons can visit without any proof of Covid vaccination or testing.

It’s not just short-haul hotspots that are relaxing their rules; Some long-distance destinations are also starting to welcome back tourists.

For example, fully vaccinated Britons coming to Canada No need for PCR test anymore because now they can enter with antigen test results, while Sri Lanka Completely eliminated pre-travel Covid tests.

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