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Covid-19: where can we travel? Our map of open countries and restrictions for French tourists

2022-01-21T11:37:44.526Z

INFOGRAPHIC - The new pandemic wave caused by the Omicron variant leads to unprecedented restrictions in Europe, including for vaccinees, in Italy or Austria. The UK, on ​​the other hand, is opening up again. Beyond, Morocco and most destinations in Asia and Oceania...



Traveling in times of Covid-19, instructions for use.

The umpteenth pandemic wave and the Omicron variant cause a further tightening of travel conditions.

Certain destinations such as the United States, Brazil or Kenya are accessible under certain conditions, while others, such as Morocco, Australia or Japan, remain completely closed to French tourists.

Thailand, one of the few accessible Asian destinations, has reinstated a quarantine and will even introduce a tax of €9 per tourist.

Read also“We had to do five tests in one week”: the hassle of vaccinated travelers

Since December 1, travelers, even vaccinated, from a country outside the European Union must present a negative PCR or antigen test within 48 hours.

Coming from a member country of the European Union, only those who have not been vaccinated are subjected to such a test.

It must be dated less than 24 hours before departure.

Read alsoNew rules for the health pass, vaccination pass... What changes for your travels

The editorial staff of

Le Figaro

lists in an interactive map the travel conditions that apply to

vaccinated people

bound for Europe and the countries of the…

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Source: lefigaro

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