France is closing its borders to all non-residents of the European Union due to coronavirus. This was announced by the country’s Prime Minister Jean Castex.
“All entries and exits across the French border outside the EU are prohibited, except in special circumstances,” Castex said.
The decision comes into force on January 31. You can only travel abroad if you test negative for coronavirus.
Earlier, the European Commission authorized the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine.