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Thanks to the rise of the right France drops Corona measures

For trips to France, the conditions imposed during the Corona “pandemic” have been lifted. As of this week, proof of Corona shots, a negative test or a recovered status is no longer required. In France, a number of special rules for the fight against the lab-made virus were lifted at the turn of the month.

Published: August 2, 2022, 10:14 am

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    So far, travelers entering the country either had to be “fully vaccinated” or be able to show a current negative Corona test. For travelers from the EU and some other countries, proof of a recently recovered infection was also accepted. This is now no longer necessary. However, if new dangerous virus variants emerge, the government could order visitors to present a negative test before boarding a plane to France.

    The lifting of the previous restrictions is a direct consequence of the recent general election, which weakened Macron’s left camp and increased the number of elected representatives of the right-wing Rassemblement National (formerly the Front National) tenfold.

    In mid-July, a majority of Rassemblement National, Republicans and the left-wing populist party La France Insoumise (LFI) prevented a corresponding bill from the Macron government that would have further tightened Corona measures. It was the first post-election vote in which the government suffered a resounding defeat.

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