France will open their borders from June 15 to travellers, but only from the European Union and some other European countries. It is stated in the joint communiqué of foreign Ministers and the interior Ministry.
Restrictions on crossing its internal European borders (land, air and sea), introduced to combat the pandemic COVID-19, will be charged from 00:00 June 15, noted in the text.
they pointed out that without restrictions in France will be able to come the citizens of the countries-EU members, as well as Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, Saint Martin, San Marino, Switzerland and Vatican city. Thus, tourists do not need to have a certificate of coronavirus, or go on a 14-day quarantine.
Previously, the EU announced that it would begin to open the border for entry of foreigners since July 1.
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