US News COVID-19: The new rules for entering France applied from Saturday
sharper corona rules: 3G controls in bus and train
From this Wednesday, sharper corona rules are considered in buses and tracks: passengers must then be either vaccinated, recovered or tested according to the so-called 3G rules. © Carsten KOALL / DPA Red signs point to the duty to wear a mask on the S-Bahn door. otherwise you must get out of the respective vehicle at the next station. Thus, the changes of the past week of the Bundestag and the Federal Council adopted in the Federal Council entered into force.
The new entry rules on the French territory will be in effect from Saturday at the borders.
it will be from Saturday. Faced with the Pandemic of Covid-19 and the fifth wave that affects France,will be applied from Saturday, December 4, announced Friday the government on . "Anyone 12 and over entering French territory must have a negative PCR or antigenic test of less than 24 hours or 48 hours depending on the country of origin", can we read.
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There are exceptions: "People with a complete vaccination schema do not have to test , when arriving from a Member State of the European Union, Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Holy See or Switzerland. " A new classification of countries is also proposed, with the red scarlet category reserved for southern African countries, struck by the Omicron variant.
COVID-19. More than 50,000 new cases have been recorded in the last 24 hours in France .
© Eric Gaillard / Reuters Medical staff work in the intensive care unit (ISI) for Covid-19 patients in the hospital Timone in Marseille, while France is experiencing an increase in cases and hospitalizations on 10 December 2021. Hospital pressure related to COVID-19 does not fail in France where more than 2,500 people are currently being welcomed in care services. Critics, according to figures published this Saturday 11 December by Public Health France.