UK-France travel without quarantine may be OK in June

Cars on a motorway. Potential changes in UK quarantine rules may open up a pathway for travellers from the UK to visit France with no quarantine restrictions.
Potential changes in UK quarantine rules may open up a pathway for travellers from the UK to visit France with no quarantine restrictions.

France’s reciprocal quarantine arrangement currently states that visitors from the UK should self-isolate, voluntarily, for 14 days. However, changing policies in the UK may affect this.

Quarantine rules in the UK, intended to be implemented on Monday (June 8), are expected to be made less strict, sources have told the BBC. This may open up a pathway for travellers from the UK to visit France without quarantine restrictions.

France is currently operating under a voluntary quarantine policy, which means all visitors to France are asked to quarantine for two weeks. 

However, these rules should lift as the country enters its second stage of deconfinement in June and allows increased travel freedoms.

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