Travelers from the United States who are not vaccinated against COVID-19 will be tested upon entry. Travelers with the coronavirus will be exempt from testing and quarantine. A certificate of convalescence for travelers with the virus is acceptable if they have been tested for the virus within the last 180 days.
Visitors need a special COVID pass to visit the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, and other museums and to watch films in France – the first step in a new campaign against what the government calls the stratospheric rise in the occurrence of infection caused by the delta variant of coronavirus. From 9 June, France will also introduce a traffic light system in the country allowing tourists from the other 26 EU countries. In May, Greece, one of the summer hotspots for international tourists, lifted quarantine requirements for E.E.
To obtain the passport, visitors must prove that they have been vaccinated and have a negative COVID test result that proves that they have recovered from the infection. People must prove that they have been vaccinated against the virus and that they have recovered from an infection. According to a government decree, it must come into force on Wednesday for all cultural and tourist sites.
From Wednesday, visitors to the Eiffel Tower and anyone over 18 years of age will have to present a health certificate to prove that they have been fully vaccinated, have been conducting a negative virus test, and recently recovered from COVID-19. The new rules came into effect on Wednesday when tourists unprepared to visit the Paris landmark underwent a virus test at one of the world’s most famous tourist attractions. From 21 July, a valid Covid 19 pass (health pass) is mandatory for all visitors over 18 years of age.
France has made a COVID-19 (Coronavirus) passport compulsory for tourists wishing to visit the Eiffel Tower, museums, and French cinemas, reported news agencies on Wednesday. Legal liability for the health passport came into force on Wednesday following a government decree covering all cultural and tourist sites in France.
Visitors will need a special COVID-19 pass to visit the Eiffel Tower and French museums and cinemas – the first step in a new campaign to confront what the government calls a stratospheric rise in delta variant infections. With the passport, people must prove that they have been vaccinated, tested negative for the coronavirus, and have been cured by COVID. In France, 18,000 new cases of coronavirus were reported on Tuesday, 96 percent of which affected unvaccinated people, he said.
The Eiffel Tower welcomed tourists and opened for the first time in nine months to the public Friday with messages in several languages after France introduced new virus regulations to curb the spread of the Delta variant. The reopening of the towers came four days after President Emmanuel Macron announced new measures to avoid a fourth surge, including mandatory vaccination for health workers and a mandatory COVID-19 passport to access restaurants, tourists, and other venues. The re-opening of the Eiffel Tower on Friday was the first in nearly nine months since France introduced new rules to stop the spread of the coronavirus’s delta variant this week.
France has declared the coronavirus “COVID-19” a must for holidaymakers and visitors who want to experience the Eiffel Tower or visit French museums, cinemas, and information companies, The Information Business reported Wednesday. The requirement, in particular the need to cross borders, took effect on Wednesday on cultural and tourist websites across the country after a decree from the authorities. But President Emmanuel Macron wants to extend COVID-19 to French restaurants and many other areas of public life and require health workers to get a bang.