Returning French nationals, residents and those with essential travel ne as well as those transiting through France have been the only exceptions.
But now, travelling to France may have just been made even harder according to the latest FCO advice.
Those entering the country or transiting need to have an “international ‘attestation’”, a travel declaration to certify your reason for travel “if your primary residence is more than 100km from your point of entry” and a travel certificate if travelling on public transport between peak hours in Greater Paris.
The FCO has also warned that checks remain in place on the borders of Italy, Spain, Belgium and Germany.
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