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Covit-19: France imposes less than 24-hour test on non-vaccinated people from many European countries

Screw new twist in France. When The delta diversity is advancing in the region, The country will impose Govt-19 tests of less than 24 hours on people from several European countries who have not entered its territory. This is about travelers from the United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal, Cyprus, Greece and the Netherlands, Matticon announced on Saturday. The move comes into effect at 00:00 on Sunday, according to a press release issued by Prime Minister Jean Costex.

In detail, people from the UK have so far been subjected to less than 48 hours of testing. 72 hour deadline for visitors from Spain, Portugal, Cyprus, Netherlands and Greece.

“At the same time, the European Pharmaceutical Agency (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca or Johnson) will be promoted on Saturday, July 17, regardless of which country, as vaccines are against the virus, especially in the delta,” Matticknon continued.

List of countries in the expanded red zone

As a reminder, the vaccination schedule is now considered complete after two doses (or one dose for those already infected) and once every seven days. However, for a single dose of Johnson vaccine, a schedule of 28 days remains complete even after the injection.

In parallel, List of countries placed in the red zone Extended to Tunisia, Mozambique, Cuba and Indonesia. For travelers who do not receive from these countries, they must, according to the rules in force, justify a compelling reason, present proof of departure check, make a check on arrival, and adhere to 10 days of restricted isolation. Once on French soil.

Controls are on the rise as Govt-19 contaminants continue to rise. Friday, number of cases Returned over 10,000 points As a result of the delta variance, hospital admissions are still slightly lower, according to figures from the Public Health France.

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