France reopening update : June 16, 2021
Starting June 9, 2021, foreign citizens can travel to France depending on their vaccination status and the health situation of their country. If you plan to travel to France from the United States (classified in “green” on the basis of health indicators on June 16, 2021), you must follow the following instructions:
Vaccinated travelers from the United States must prove that they have received all prescribed dosesof one of the vaccines recognized by the European Medicines Agency in order to be able to travel to France.
For their travel, they must carry proof of their vaccination status and a sworn statement attesting that they have no symptoms of Covid-19 infection and that they are not aware of any contact with a confirmed case of Covid-19 in the 14 days prior to travel.
The vaccines recognized by the European Medicines Agency are Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson.
Vaccinated travelers must provide proof of having received all prescribed doses of one of these vaccines and of traveling at least :
– 2 weeks after the 2nd injection for dual-injection vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca);
– 4 weeks after the injection for vaccines with a single injection (Johnson & Johnson)
Unvaccinated travelers must provide proof of a negative PCR or antigen test for Covid-19 performed within 72 hours prior to departure for France.
They are also required to carry a sworn statement attesting that they have no symptoms of Covid-19 infection and that they are not aware of any contact with a confirmed case of Covid-19 in the 14 days prior to travel.
The measures applying to vaccinated parents also apply to their accompanying minor children, whether they are vaccinated or not. Nevertheless, minors between 11 and 18 years of age must present a negative test if they are not vaccinated.