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France reopens to vaccinated British holidaymakers from TOMORROW


FRANCE is to end the UK travel ban, meaning vaccinated Brits can once again visit the country.

The new rules will be in place from tomorrow – giving holidaymakers a welcome boost.

France has lifted the UK travel ban - meaning holidaymakers can return

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France has lifted the UK travel ban – meaning holidaymakers can return

French tourist minister Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne confirmed on Twitter: “We are relaxing the entry conditions in France from the UK for vaccinated travelers.”

He confirmed it would include the “end of compelling reasons and isolation on arrival”.

He added: “The decree will be published tomorrow morning, with immediate entry into force.”

Brits will still need a negative test taken within 24 hours of arriving in the country, although isn’t clear if this can be a lateral flow, or must be a PCR test.

It also isn’t clear how this will affect kids yet.

However, it is great news for families wanting to visit Disneyland Paris ahead of the half term holidays next

France first announced the travel ban on December 16, stating that all arrivals had to have an “essential reason to travel to, or come from, the UK, both for the unvaccinated and vaccinated,” due to the Omicron variant.

France has already eased some of the rules, including for work trips and for travelling through the county.

Other countries are also starting to ease their travel rules now Omicron has progressed across Europe.

Germany lifted the travel ban on UK tourists just weeks after introducing it.

The scrapping of the travel ban will take place from tomorrow

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The scrapping of the travel ban will take place from tomorrow





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