France is tightening Covid restrictions for travellers arriving from the UK, as the government in Paris tries to slow the spread of the Omicron variant.
From Saturday, most travellers who are not French residents or citizens must give a “compelling reason”.
Some lorry drivers and students will be able to travel, but Britons visiting relatives are not currently listed.
All arrivals will have to provide a negative Covid test less than 24 hours old and isolate for at least two days.
Confirmed Omicron cases are currently much higher in the UK than in France.
French citizens, their partners and children, legal residents, and EU citizens travelling home through France, won’t need an essential reason to travel – but must still abide by all other rules.
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