French Embassy announced that from Wednesday, June 9, vaccinated travelers from Kuwait will be allowed to enter the French Republic. The embassy classified the countries according to their health conditions and placed Kuwait and most Arab countries on the orange list, Al-Rai daily reported.
The arrivals will be required to submit a negative PCR test 72 hours before traveling.
The travel restriction of France will change from June 9, according to the placement of the countries in the following lists-
No restrictions for vaccinated Passengers
Non-vaccinated passengers must submit a negative PCR or genetic test result within less than 72 hours of departure.
Vaccinated travelers: They must have a negative PCR test conducted within 72 hours of the departure of the flight or a genetic test (48 hours).
Non-vaccinated travelers: They must have a compelling reason to travel, they must submit a PCR test (72 hours) or a genetic test (48 hours) with a 7-day isolation period. They may also be tested on arrival.
Vaccinated passengers with a compelling reason to travel are allowed to enter France. They must submit a negative PCR or genetic test result (48 hours) and undergo testing upon arrival, and adhere to a 7-day isolation period.
Non-vaccinated travelers are subject to the same conditions and a mandatory 10-day quarantine to be verified by the authorities.
SOURCE ; TIMES KUWAIT