A negative PCR test of less than 72 hours will be required from the night of Saturday to Sunday, Sunday at midnight, only for planes and ferries, throughout Europe, beyond the Schengen area. Motorists and travelers who take the train are not affected by the strengthening of border controls linked to Covid-19, according to information from franceinfo.
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The obligation for European travelers to present a PCR test on arrival in France was announced by French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday evening, first for travel deemed non-essential. A little later the Élysée clarified that “frontier workers and land transport will in particular be exempt”. Checks in stations and on the roads are deemed infeasible by the authorities, again according to our information.