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Last updated: Jan 17th 2022
This is a summary of where we believe the travel situation to be, right now. Please stay updated using the FCDO and govt official websites as information changes quickly. We cannot be held responsible for misinterpretation of the rules.
From January 14th, British citizens are permitted to travel to France. Fully vaccinated travellers must: Present a negative PCR or antigen test result taken within 24 hours pre-departure if aged 12 years and over. And to provide a completed ‘sworn statement’ which can be found on the French government’s website. For unvaccinated travellers, additional rules apply, follow this link to the FCDO website for full details.
COVID Pass - Follow this link to the FCDO website, and navigate to the 'Public spaces and services' section to ensure you meet the requirements to obtain a Covid Pass (pass Sanitaire).
NOTE: From 15 January 2022, those aged 18-64 years old and who have been fully vaccinated for more than seven months will need to demonstrate they have received an approved COVID-19 booster injection in order to access the “pass sanitaire” in France.
Fully vaccinated passengers and under 18s will no longer need to take a pre-departure test before returning to England. The same groups arriving in England will now only need to take a lateral flow test instead of a PCR test. Follow this link for more information.
Please follow the correct links, depending on your vaccination status. Please also note the link for travelling with children.
Follow this link if you are fully vaccinated
Follow this link if you are not fully vaccinated
Follow this link for information on travelling with children
Please note, you’ll need to book the test(s) before you return to the UK to be able to complete your UK passenger locator form.
As part of our terms and conditions, it is essential you have adequate travel insurance for your trip, to cover all COVID eventualities. You can see a copy of our policy here
Note: the advice on this page is intended as a guide and may change. Stay up to date on the FCDO website, we cannot be responsible for misconceptions or out-of-date information which can change more regularly (on the FCDO website) than this page is updated.