Jan 23, 2021
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France will require COVID-19 test upon entry from EU countries

All those entering France from the EU countries from January 24 must present a negative test for coronavirus COVID-19, reports Associated Press.

It is reported that the analysis must be submitted no earlier than 72 hours before the trip. At the same time, those entering France from non-European countries must not only pass a test for COVID-19, but also spend seven days in quarantine in the country.

Compliance with the rules will be monitored both at airports and ports.

It is noted that the new measure does not apply to truck drivers and people working in border areas.

Earlier it was reported that in France, on the first day of the extended curfew, almost 6 thousand people were fined for violating antiquated restrictions. Each was fined 135 euros.

On January 16, due to the increase in the incidence of coronavirus, the curfew was tightened, now it starts at 18:00, not at 20:00, and ends at 6 a.m.

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