France has reopened its borders to leisure travel from the United Kingdom. This measure is valid on Friday and Sunday Only for those vaccinated against Covid-19. In addition, a negative test performed in the last 24 hours is still required.
For unvaccinated Britons, a compelling reason to travel, a negative test and a 10-day isolation period after entering France will still be required.
On the other side of the English Channel, meanwhile, the government has decided Reducing the isolation period for coronavirus patients from seven to five days After the positive test.
Freedom depends on two negative tests and the British government hopes that will help the economy.
“After reviewing all the data, we have taken the decision to reduce the minimum isolation period to five days in England. From Monday, everyone who tested negative twice, will be able to leave isolation on the sixth day,” said Sajid Javid, the secretary. Health UK.
In Hungary, vaccination continues and The government authorizes a possible fourth dose, although it does not make it mandatory. Not even for healthcare professionals.
The efficacy of the booster vaccine remains unclear, and Viktor Urban’s government hopes a third dose will be effective against the Omicron variant to avoid the need for more vaccines.