A summer under Covid: the answers to your questions about vacations

The countdown has begun. After travel limitations, months of teleworking, a disrupted school year and a third deconfinement, the French are preparing for a second summer under Covid-19. Restrictions, open borders, vaccination of children, health passport … The cross answers your questions every day.

Holidays in Europe

“Vaccinated against Covid-19, do I have to take a test when leaving and returning from Italy? “

Like the countries of the European space, Australia, South Korea, Israel, Japan, Lebanon, New Zealand and Singapore, Italy was classified as “green” by France.

“Do my grandchildren need to be vaccinated to come from Spain to France? “

Vaccination of under 18s is not open in Spain, children and adolescents from this country can enter France without a vaccine. However, those aged 11 years or older must have a PCR or antigen test within 72 hours.

“Do my children have to take a Covid test before we go on vacation? “

In Europe, the minimum age for getting tested varies from birth (in Malta) to 18 (in Slovakia). The average age is 8 years old.

“With the Covid, can we go to London for a weekend? “

The United Kingdom has been classified “orange” by France, and France has been listed “amber” by the British, which means that the circulation of the Covid is “intermediate” there.

“Is a self-test valid for crossing the French and Italian borders?” “

Used in France since April 12, self-tests are mainly used to organize screening campaigns.

► “Vaccinated against Covid-19, can I easily go to Switzerland? “

ATfrom 1is July, presentation of the European health pass, justifying vaccination against Covid-19, will suffice to enter Switzerland.

► To read Thursday, June 17: “I had the Covid and I have not yet been vaccinated, what document to provide for travel? “

In France

“Is a PCR test still required to go to Corsica?” “

Until June 8, an RT-PCR test was mandatory to travel to Corsica. The third phase of deconfinement has changed the regulations which remain the same for everyone, whether one is a resident or not.

→ WE WILL ANSWER YOU. Covid-19: ask your questions about summer vacation

And elsewhere

“Despite the Covid, is it possible to go to Tunisia this summer? “

Unlike its neighbors Morocco and Algeria, Tunisia has decided to reopen its borders little by little, even if the entry conditions remain very numerous.

“Do you need a health passport to go to Lebanon? “
Vaccinated travelers will be able to travel to Lebanon without having to present a negative PCR test.

“Is it possible to go to Seychelles this summer despite the Covid?” “

You don’t need a compelling reason to travel to Seychelles now. However, several conditions must be met to enter the archipelago.

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