Bahrain will be on the French list of green countries from tomorrow
TDT | Manama
The Daily Tribune – www.newsofbahrain.com
The Official Journal of the French Republic published today (July 31) an order adding two countries, Bahrain and Jordan, to the French list of green countries. This change will come into effect from tomorrow (August 1).
The French Ambassador HE Jérôme Cauchard addressed on the occasion, on his behalf and behalf of the French community, all his thanks to HM the King of Bahrain, the Crown Prince and Prime Minister HRH Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa and the Bahraini authorities for the efforts deployed by the Kingdom to control the epidemic, with notably free vaccination for all.
As indicated on the website of the French Interior Ministry, people who reside in Bahrain and travel to France are subject to the only conditions presented below:
- You wish to enter the French national territory.
- Movement regime.
- There are no restrictions on entering France from a country or territory in the Green Zone.
- Health control measures.
Those who have been vaccinated must present proof of vaccination status and a declaration on their honour attesting to the absence of symptoms of infection with Covid-19 and contact with a confirmed case of covid-19.
Those who are not vaccinated (or vaccinated with a vaccine not recognized by the European Medicines Agency), you must present to the transport company and the border control authorities a certificate of recovery dated more than eleven days and less than six months or a negative PCR or antigenic test dated less than 72 hours before departure.
You must also submit a sworn statement that you have no symptoms of Covid-19 infection and no contact with a confirmed case of Covid-19.