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France may be open to travellers this summer but you likely will have to be vaccinated

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French adventures might be on the books this summer for some. According to French President Emmanuel Macron, vaccinated travelers from the European Union and the Americas could soon be allowed into the country. The move comes amid hopes that by summer France could bounce back from the extraordinary economic pitfalls brought on by the pandemic.

It is unclear if Britain would be allowed onto the list of green countries permitted to enter France. Though while restrictions are poised to be lifted for some others are getting tougher restrictions. Argentina; Chile, Brazil, and the like are all still and will remained banned from entering France.

French ministers also confirmed over the weekend that such travelers permitted into the country will have to present their certificates to pass through customs. Those certificates are believed to at some point be passports and proof of vaccinations.


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Sultan H. Khane II is the Editor-in-Chief of Bazaar Daily News and its 5 sister properties.

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