COVID-19: Information on measures upon arrival in France [fr]

Public health measures are applicable to all travellers leaving or entering France. Moreover, restrictions on access to French territory are in place, depending on travellers’ country of departure.

Last minute (15/01/2021) - Travel to France

From Monday 18 January, travellers coming from outside of the European Union (including New Zealand) , will need to:

  • show a negative PCR test from less than 72 hours before boarding
  • self-isolate during 7 days upon arrival
  • take a second test after their 7-day isolation

Can I enter France?

Updated information available on www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/en/coming-to-france

I am travelling to France. Will I be subject to quarantine upon arrival?

You will have to adhere to current national confinement rules.

If you do not have a negative result of a test carried out in the 72 hours before your departure and if your test at the airport is positive, or if you have COVID-19 symptoms, the authorities can require that you self-isolate.

Travellers are asked to show civic responsibility and to follow the health precautions recommended by the authorities.

Dernière modification : 19/01/2021

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