France lifts Covid restrictions on Bangladesh

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France has lifted Covid-19 restrictions on Bangladesh with effect from yesterday considering the country in the list of “Green” category with regards to Covid-19 restrictions in France.

France’s ministries of foreign affairs and interior made the decision. France considers those countries as “green” with negligible or moderate circulation of the virus and absence.

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By dint of the latest decision by the French government, travellers from Bangladesh who are vaccinated with vaccines of BioNTech-Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca (Vaxevria/Covishield), and Johnson & Johnson will no more be required to have tests on to arrive in France and to depart from France.

A proof of a complete vaccination schedule will be sufficient to arrive in France from Bangladesh, according to a statement of the Bangladesh embassy in France today.

On the other hand, for unvaccinated travellers from Bangladesh, the obligation to present a negative test (RT-PCR) to travel to France will remain.

However, the measures on arrival in France (test, isolation) are lifted when they come from countries like Bangladesh which are on the “green” list.

The Bangladesh Embassy in Paris had been pursuing with the concerned French authorities to de-list Bangladesh from the restricted countries in light of the satisfactory improvement of Covid-19 situation in Bangladesh.

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