If you’re travelling to France for a holiday or on business, the French government have recently announced that fully vaccinated passengers will no longer be required to take any pre-departure COVID-19 tests.
All that will be needed is mandatory proof of vaccination (if vaccinated in the UK you may present an NHS digital pass or paper certificate) along with a completed statement of honour. This form certifies that travellers are free of COVID-19 symptoms and haven’t been in contact with a confirmed case of the virus in the 14 days prior to their departure date.
Please note that passengers over 18 are considered fully vaccinated under French rule when they’ve had a COVID-19 vaccine booster OR if they have completed their primary vaccine course less than 9 months prior to departure.
Eurostar: Travelling to France
23 February 2022
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