Mandatory shipping ban for travelers from Guyana, Brazil, Argentina, Chile and South Africa

Mandatory shipping ban for travelers from Guyana, Brazil, Argentina, Chile and South Africa

Passengers from this Ultra Marine area and from these four countries will have to pay a fine and ten days of isolation.

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On Saturday, April 17, Mattignon announced that a 10-day embargo would be mandatory for all travelers from Guyana, Brazil, Argentina, Chile and South Africa. With this isolation, restrictions and fines on exit times will be increased as part of the fight against the Kovid-19 epidemic.

The executive had earlier been suspended four days ago “Until further notice” All flights between Brazil and France are in both directions, Due to concerns surrounding the P1 variant of Covid-19, Identified in the country. The suspension of flights between France and Brazil has been extended until Friday, April 23rd. After this date, a negative test of less than 36 hours is required to board the flight. It maintains flights to Argentina, Chile and South Africa for notable reasons.

In addition, the list of reasons and categories of people authorized to come to France from Saturday, April 24, will be limited to people from these four countries, mostly nationals, their partners, children and citizens of the European Union or a third country with a major residence in France.

Mattigan finally makes that clear “Measures related to the performance of a test and the organization of the 10-day shipwreck will apply to passengers from Guyana.”

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