France tightens rules for arrivals from Portugal

By TPN/Lusa, in News, COVID-19 · 15-07-2021 10:58:00 · 2 Comments

France announced today that all people not vaccinated against Covid-19 arriving from Portugal or Spain who want to enter the country will have to get a test with less than 24 hours instead of 48 hours.

"People can go to Spain and Portugal, especially when they are vaccinated. When they are not vaccinated, when they come from those two countries where the situation is difficult, it is necessary to present a test with less than 24 hours", announced this morning the secretary of State of European Affairs, Clément Beaune, on "Franceinfo".

The measure will take effect as of this weekend.

Until now, a PCR or antigen test of less than 48 hours was enough to arrive in France.

Asked if there is isolation for passengers coming from Portugal or Spain, the secretary of state said no, as these are European Union countries.



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Macron another globalist minion ready to bend over backwards to restrict our freedoms.

By Connie from Lisbon on 15-07-2021 11:31

Macron another globalist minion ready to bend over backwards to restrict our freedoms.

By Connie from Lisbon on 15-07-2021 11:31
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