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France Entry Testing Requirement Changes Officially Announced

France Entry Testing Requirement Changes Officially Announced


If you're travelling to France to visit Disneyland Paris in the near future, then make sure you're aware of the new France entry requirements coming into force this week. Starting midnight December 4th, travellers from non-EU countries (that's us Brits now) must present a negative COVID-19 test to enter the country.

The UK is categorised as "amber", which means the negative COVID-19 must be:

  • Within 48 hours of departure to France for all travellers aged 12+ who are FULLY vaccinated
  • Within 24 hours of departure to France for all travellers aged 12-17 who are NOT fully vaccinated

  • The French Government travel PDF gives full details, and we've included the (translated) table that applies to travel from the UK below.



    Travellers aged 11 and under are not required to take a COVID-19 test. The test can be a PCR or antigenic/LFT test. You'll show your QR code result or negative certificate at the border. It's still required to be fully vaccinated to enter the country, but keep in mind: No Longer "Fully Vaccinated" After 7 Months In France, Boosters Required For Travel Starting In 2022.

    The test you will need is the "Lateral Flow Antigen Fit to Fly Test Kit" which is available from Project Screen for just £19 each.

    Click here to order your fit to fly France entry tests >>>


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