Covid, masks, testing and the ‘pass sanitaire’
Ski Holidays in France
Updated 21 March 2022
For the full information on travelling to France, click on the following link:
>> UK Government advice for travel to France
Summary: travelling to France from the UK:
- Adults 18+ must:
a) be fully vaccinated (incl booster if due)
b) complete a ‘sworn statement’
- Children 12-18 – vaccinated or not – can travel with their fully vaccinated parents. Unvaccinated 12-18s require:
– Either proof of vaccination status OR
– A negative PCR or authorised LFT within 24 hours and a ‘sworn statement’
- Children under 12 can travel with a fully vaccinated adult and are not subject to entry conditions.
Entry in France via Switzerland:
To enter France from Switzerland (incl Geneva airport), all passengers need to complete a Swiss locator form for the transit, then follow the above rules in order to enter France.
The Vaccine Pass
(information updated 21 March 2022)
As of 14th March 2022, the vaccine pass (pass sanitaire or pass vaccinale) which proves your vaccine status is no longer required for interior public places in France (with the exception of care homes and places accommodating vulnerable people).
We know that information and advice is changing regularly. If you have a specific question, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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