FRANCE is to welcome fully vaccinated Brits from June 9, without having to quarantine on arrival.
Brits with just one jab will still have to quarantine for seven days when entering the country.
It comes just days after president Emmanuel Macron announced only French or EU nationals would be able to enter the country, with Brits needing to prove their visit is essential.
Since May 31, travellers from the UK have to provide “compelling reasons” to enter France.
However, fully jabbed Brits will not have to prove their reason, and will just need a negative Covid test.
The negative test can be an antigen test – a much cheaper option than PCR tests.
France remains on the UK’s amber list, which requires a mandatory 10-day quarantine when returning to Britain.
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