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France travel warning as the country tightens Covid entry rules for Britons

FRANCE has banned travelers from entering the country if they received the vaccine more than nine months ago and have not had a booster shot.

Vaccinated Britons will not be allowed to travel to France if they received a second shot more than 270 days ago.

France has banned travelers from entering the country if they were vaccinated more than nine months ago and have not had a booster shot.

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France has banned travelers from entering the country if they were vaccinated more than nine months ago and have not had a booster shot.Credit: Alamy

The only way for them to be allowed entry is if they have been given a booster shot at least 14 days before travelling.

Britons who need the booster to join won’t have enough time to get it before half term, threatened vacation plans.

French authorities say they will treat people stabbed more than nine months ago as if they were unvaccinated.

Unvaccinated travelers must self-isolate for 10 days upon arrival in France and have the necessary reasons for entry – excluding travel reasons.

The Eurostar website states: “To be considered fully immunized for travel purposes, anyone 18 years of age or older must have been fully vaccinated according to the approved primary course of vaccination within 9 last month OR a booster shot of the COVID-19 vaccine.”

Under 18 years of age do not need a booster shot to be considered fully vaccinated.

Travelers who have had booster shots still need to present proof of a negative PCR result or an antigen test done within 24 hours of departure and complete an affidavit confirming that you are symptom-free. Covid symptom.

France is not the only country to place Expiration date on vaccine certificate.

Spain, Greece, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium and Dubai have also introduced limits on how much time can elapse between someone receiving a second hit and their boost.

But there are some holiday hopes for Britons heading abroad for half a term.

Britons traveling abroad with teenagers will now be able to get Covid card for countries that require proof of vaccination.

Previously, children aged 12 to 15 who had received two doses of the injection were unable to use the NHS app – meaning they could not get a Covid-19 card to travel digitally.

But from today, teenagers will be able to download tickets through the NHS app or website.

We have rounded 34 countries Britons can enter without any Covid test – and these are 33 UK countries are still banned due to the travel rules of Covid.

Britons who need the booster to get in on the action won't have enough time to get it before half a term, threatening holiday plans

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Britons who need the booster to get in on the action won’t have enough time to get it before half a term, threatening holiday plansCredit: Alamy

https://www.thesun.ie/travel/8307239/france-travel-covid-booster-jab/ France travel warning as the country tightens Covid entry rules for Britons

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