10 million French people have received their booster dose, says Olivier Véran. known

The Ministry of the Interior has published new rules for traveling to and from abroad this Friday, which will come into effect from today, Saturday, December 4th.

From now on, anyone aged 12 and over entering French territory will be required to present a PCR or antigen test, which is less than 24 hours for unvaccinated travelers from the EU and less than 48 hours for all travelers from a non-EU country.

Fully vaccinated people who come from an EU member state, Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino or Switzerland, on the other hand, do not have to present a test.

The country classification has also changed, as can be seen in the ministry’s map below.

By doing green countries, Travel is possible for vaccinated and unvaccinated people, but the rules differ depending on the destination country (testing or quarantine). Get there orange and red countriesproof of complete vaccination is required. A compelling reason is required, as is a negative test of less than 48 hours in an unvaccinated person. Finally for scarlet lands (especially in South Africa) a compelling reason is required to travel there, vaccinated or not.