France has started accepting visa applications from India. Travellers must take vaccination with one of the European Medicines Agency’s approved vaccines. However, children arriving from India will not be required to get quarantined upon arrival. France is all set to open its doors to all travellers from India this week.
As a result of France’s decision to begin welcoming Indian visitors, visa centres in Delhi and Mumbai have begun accepting applications for all visa categories. In addition, children coming to France from India will not be required to undergo quarantine. That is extraordinary!
Travellers from India, on the other hand, must fit into one of the following categories in order to enter France:
India To France
The passenger must receive vaccination with one of the vaccinations approved by the European Medicines Agency:
The traveller must have a D-type Schengen visa that is valid for three to five years.
How may dose of Covid?
Notably, the passenger must have received their final Covid vaccination dose seven days prior.
The tourist must have a vaccination certificate demonstrating that he or she has no signs or symptoms of Covid infection.
The traveller is a student or researcher with a “talent passport.” They must, however, provide a negative PCR test within 72 hours of departure or a rapid antigen test within 48 hours of departure.
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