France to open non-EU borders from July 1

A British passport. France is to open non-EU borders from July 1, EU border from June 15, but restrictions still apply to UK
France is opening borders from June 15, and outside the EU from July 1, but restrictions still apply especially to arrivals from the UK

France is to gradually reopen to countries beyond Europe from July 1, it has announced.
It comes as borders within the European area prepare to open from tomorrow (Monday June 15). 

However, there will be a request for (voluntary) quarantine for people coming from the UK and also conditions related to people coming from Spain as these two countries are maintaining conditions for people entering from France.

France confirmed the plans after following recommendations from the European Commission, in a joint press release from the minister of the interior Christophe Castaner and minister for foreign affairs Jean-Yves Le Drian.

The release said: “[From Monday] people coming from the European area [EU states as well as Andorra, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland and the Vatican] will be able to enter France without restrictions linked to the fight against Covid-19, as they could before ...

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