What reconfinement in France would mean for tourists

Local lockdowns in France could be introduced if Covid-19 cases continue to rise

With the daily infection rate of Covid-19 rising in France, tourists to the country could find themselves caught up in a local lockdown.

France recorded over 2,500 new cases of Covid-19 over the past few days (July 24 - 27), leading to concerns that new lockdowns could be imposed in parts of the country. 

This increase comes as Spain battles with a spike in cases in certain regions, resulting in the UK removing it suddenly from its list of no-quarantine countries, meaning that anyone returning to the UK from Spain will be required to self-isolate for 14 days. In Catalonia, including Barcelona, people have been ordered to stay at home.

As yet, there is no information from the UK government as to whether France will be removed from the no quarantine list, and any decision ...

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