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What Covid travel rules are in place between the UK and France – updated 4th April

Rules for France-UK and UK-France travel


The UK removed all travel restrictions, regardless of vaccination status, on March 18. Fully vaccinated travellers no longer need to complete a passenger locator form and as well as this, unvaccinated travellers are not required to carry out pre- or post-departure tests. 


There are no restrictions for fully vaccinated travellers. 

They must only:

  • Present proof of being fully vaccinated

Note that a person aged 18 and over must also get a booster dose within nine months of their last required dose to remain “fully vaccinated”. People who have already received a booster dose are considered fully vaccinated.

Unvaccinated travellers over the age of 12 must: 

  • Present the negative result of a PCR taken in the 72 hours before or an antigen test taken in the 48 hours before their journey begins, as stated on the French consulate website. Alternatively, they can show a certificate of recovery from Covid dating from the last six months

Children aged under 12 do not need to present a test or certificate of recovery.

France’s domestic vaccine pass system has now come to an end. 


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Event date: Apr 29, 2022

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