Air: End of compelling reasons to travel to and from the Overseas Territories


Sébastien Lecornu, Minister of Overseas Territories, and Olivier Véran, Minister of Solidarity and Health, announced last Thursday an easing of the restrictions in force for travel between France and the Overseas Territories, in both directions.

This is good news for many travellers. "Compelling reasons from or to the Overseas Territories are no longer compulsory for non-vaccinated passengers, with the exception of Wallis-et-Futuna", indicated Olivier Véran.

In the same logic of alleviating the health restrictions in force, a negative test for Covid-19 is no longer required on boarding for vaccinated passengers (this implies that it remains in force for non-vaccinated) . 

As already announced, wearing a mask is no longer compulsory on public transport  including by plane, from this Monday, May 16. However, it remains recommended and "an effective way to protect yourself and others in enclosed spaces". _AF

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