France will only allow foreign visitors vaccinated with EU-approved doses

France is gradually opening its borders, but many restrictions are still in place to contain the spread of the coronavirus pandemic and the country will only accept fully vaccinated foreign visitors who have received one of four shots approved by the European Medicines Agency.

Visitors who have been vaccinated outside the EU with Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca or Johnson & Johnson can obtain a certificate from French social security that allows them to enter the country.

However, this does not mean they are eligible for a French health pass, which will soon be required in trains, restaurants and bars.

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