BREAK NEWS: France have just introduced new travel restrictions for UK Travellers, meaning many Christmas and New Year Vacations to Disneyland Paris will now be cancelled.
Please be aware, this is only for UK guests and at the moment the celebrations will continue as planned for guests from other countries.
Official Statement Overview
Omicron spreads “extremely quickly” in the UK, the French government has decided to reimplement compelling reasons for travel between the countries and reinforce mandatory tests at departures and arrivals.
“According to the British government’s own words, the United Kingdom is about to face a ‘landslide’ linked to the Omicron variant in the upcoming days.
“Therefore, starting from this Saturday morning (00:00), the following rules will be established for travel between the United Kingdom and France:
A compelling reason will be mandatory for travellers leaving or going to the United Kingdom, for both unvaccinated and vaccinated people.
These compelling reasons do not include professional and tourist trips.
However, these compelling reasons will not apply to French citizens, their partners and children, who will still be able to come to France
Before their departure, vaccinated people will have to show a negative test (PCR or antigen) taken less than 24h ago, which falls into line with the measures that were already in place for unvaccinated people
Every traveller coming from the United Kingdom will have to register, prior to their trip, on a digital platform to indicate their destination address in France. This platform will generate prefectural decrees ordering the mandatory isolation of every unvaccinated and vaccinated traveller in the location of their choice. This mandatory quarantine can be lifted after 48h, under the conditions of showing the proof of a new negative test (PCR or antigen)
Controls will be organised to make sure these measures are respected. The French government also advises travellers who were planning to go to the United Kingdom to postpone their trip
more to follow…