IMPORTANT CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION - Updated 12th July
Arrivals into France from the UK There are no restrictions, quarantine requirements, etc. with respect to travel from the UK to France and vice versa.
Arrivals into France from outside the UK and wider European Area Arrivals from the following countries have been permitted since 1st July: Algeria, Andorra, Australia, Canada, China*, Georgia, Japan, Monaco, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, San Marino, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, Vatican City. Arrivals from any country not listed above are forbidden. *Arrivals from China will be allowed on the condition that China confirms it will itself allow arrivals from the EU.
Covid-19 in our département The population of the Lot-et-Garonne is around 333,000. As of 11th July there was just one person in the department in hospital being treated for Covid-19. Source Masks Masks are currently obligatory in France on all public transport, and when entering and moving around in bars, cafés and restaurants (but they are not required at the table).
Social distancing Social distancing in France is one metre. Tables in bars, cafés, and restaurants are set one metre apart.
Travel Insurance The UK's Foreign & Commonwealth Office advisory against non-essential travel to France was lifted on 4th July. However, you may still wish to check with your travel insurance company as to the validity and extent of your cover in respect of holiday trips to France.