France became the latest country in Europe to get rid of pandemic-era entry restrictions for visitors.
“France reserves the right to reimpose entry restrictions if the health situation requires it,” the embassy says on its website.
The changes follow the decision in France to end emergency measures put into place because of covid-19. Travelers don’t have to offer health information in advance of arriving in France or test upon arrival.
The United States still requires foreign nationals to show proof of vaccination before flying to the country, crossing a border by land or arriving by ferry. Travelers flying into the U.S. no longer need to show a negative test, as of mid-June.