The british currently are required to enter into a period of isolation upon arrival in France, but in an “air corridor” could be operational within weeks
Air bridges: the country of united KINGDOM, visitors could be allowed to travel from the next week
Here’s everything you need to know:
What are the lock-in restrictions in France?
Despite the fact of already having had one of the strictest bans in Europe – France residents were at one time required to provide a travel permit for the justification of any and all outdoor excursions – as the situation in France is now relatively relaxed.
In mid-June, the entire continent has been declared a “green zone” is an area where the virus is under control and the restrictions of the facility faster. Bars and restaurants are allowed to open both at the inside and outside areas, and all schools with the exception of secondary schools – have been fully reopened.
Gatherings of less than 10 persons are permitted, and even family visits to retirement homes have been permitted.
The beaches began reopening under strict restrictions, and the cinemas recently started re-opening.
What is the “official” travel tips for France?
Even if the mainland of France is now considered a “green” zone, it is useful to remember that some containment measures may still apply, depending on the department where you are.
The wearing of masks on public transport and taxis and private hire vehicles without the plexiglass, the screen remains mandatory for persons 11 years and older, with fines for those who do not comply.
This board took effect on March 17, and first applied for a period of 30 days, the travel ban is now listed as “undetermined”.
Do I have to self-isolate when I get to France?
Travellers arriving in France from the UK is no longer required to demonstrate to the French authorities that their journey is essential, or the possession of a certificate of international transit, but they are encouraged to self-isolate for up to 14 days of arrival in metropolitan France.
Do I have to self-isolate when I’m back in the UK?
Two weeks of the quarantine period for anyone arriving back in the UK, including the BRITISH nationals that had been in place since 8 June.
But now, the people of England, arriving from more than 50 countries, including France, Spain, Germany and Italy no longer has need of quarantine from 10 July, the Ministry of Transport has confirmed.
A complete list of exempt countries with a “reduced-risk” of coronavirus will be published later.
Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland set their own rules regarding the displacement of the quarantine zones.