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France Drops COVID-19 Restrictions for American Travelers

France has officially moved the US to their 'green list' for travel, but what does it mean? In short, it eases entry restrictions for Americans looking to visit this European country.
This new change not only benefits vaccinated travelers but also unvaccinated tourists, given that they show a negative PCR test taken 72 hours prior to their trip.

Read on to learn more!

Published by
Eduardo Vega·9/19/2023
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The changes were announced on Monday, giving as well an end to the mask mandates on the country, only requiring face covering on public transportations moving forward.

New Entry & Covid-19 Rules

  • American vaccinated travelers are not required to present proof of vaccination or a negative Covid-19 before or upon arrival in the country

  • Unvaccinated Americans are welcome once more but need to show proof of a negative PCR test before their travels. Another option is to present a certificate of recent recovery

  • Children age 12 or younger are excent of any Covid-19 entry requirements

Additionally, France has also suspended the use of their vaccination pass, which was previously required to enter restaurants and public places.

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