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Confused about French entry requirements and testing

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Sorry for probably asking what's been repeated in many previous threads but seeing conflicting posts in various threads.

We are due to fly to Lyon for our annual French ski trip for a week. I had covid and a positive PCR test two weeks ago. I will also be boosted when I am able to do so (when 4 weeks clear of covid)

I am flying from Northern Ireland on an Irish passport. Which rules will I be following? The French entry requirements from the UK as I'm travelling from there, or the Irish entry requirements?

Also how do the 24 hour pre travel tests work, do you do an NHS provided lateral flow and send them a picture of it, or do you have to order a test from them in plenty of time before departure?

Do France accept a proof of recovery certificate or just fully vaccinated pass? I should have both by March 12th.

Sorry for all the questions but the French entry requirements site isn't very informative.
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