Arrivals from the UK, along with six other nations, will now no longer be required to provide documentation providing they have a “compelling” reason for travel, such as a medical or family emergency.
Along with the UK, restrictions are also being eased for arrivals from Australia, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore and South Korea.
The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development office (FCDO) has yet to update its travel advice pages to reflect the relaxation.
Until now, France has kept its borders shut to UK travellers unless they fit a specific set of entry rules.
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