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UK to Geneva to France Covid regulations

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I'm due to go to Meribel at the end of the week and a little concerned bout my vaccination status and possible denial of entry.

I've had both the first and second vaccines, but the second was delayed due to catching COVID (only lateral flow tests so no official record). I had to cancel and rebook my appointment.
I didn't have vaccine 2 it until the 8th Jan.

I'm not yet eligible for the booster (90 days min from 2nd dose). I tried to get it at a walk-in clinic, but the computer said no.

Switzerland have dropped all COVID entry requirements, so I'll be fine there - I'm staying in Geneva for a night before the Meribel transfer.

But looking at the French rules it says this;

Forbes wrote:
those who have had two vaccine shots within 270 days will be considered fully vaccinated, otherwise they will need to also take a booster shot


https://www.forbes.com/uk/advisor/travel-insurance/2022/02/13/can-i-travel-to-france-from-the-uk/

My first vaccine was 25 May 2021. Which is 280 days ago. so technically I need the booster to enter. But cant get it because its less than 90 days since my 2nd vaccine.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
@dangerMouse!, now i had interpreted that requirement with respect to sate of your second dose. Ie your second dose needs to be in last 270 days?
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
NickyJ wrote:
@dangerMouse!, now i had interpreted that requirement with respect to sate of your second dose. Ie your second dose needs to be in last 270 days?


You could be right (I hope).

I've tried reading other articles to get some clarification, but cant really find anything.
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Nb "state" should have been "date"
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 Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
this might be the key statement...

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From the French Embassy in London site (accessed from Gov.uk site on France)

Vaccinated people Eh oh!
From Saturday 12 February 2022 onwards, vaccinated people do not need to take any COVID-19 travel tests before they travel to France from the UK.

Prior to departure, vaccinated people authorized to enter France from the UK will have to present to the transport company (depending on their situation):

1. Proof of vaccination

Eh oh! ️ Since 1 February 2022, in order for their vaccination schedule to continue to be recognised as complete, persons aged 18 years or older wishing to enter French territory must have received a booster dose of messenger RNA vaccine no later than nine months after receiving the last mandatory dose.
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 Then you can post your own questions or snow reports...
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That doesnt sound promising.

Has anyone been to France though Geneva recently?

how do thy perform the checks?
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 After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
You have 9 months after your 2nd jab to get a booster.

I flew into GVA 2 days ago, no one asked me anything, I then drove to France, where no one asked me anything.
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You're fine. Your less than 9 months since your 2nd dose.

The Pass Vaccinal requirements, which you currently need to meet to go into restaurants, use ski lifts etc. are actually more restrictive than the entry requirements, but I think you're fine on them too:

https://www.gouvernement.fr/info-coronavirus/pass-vaccinal

You can check you meet the Pass Vaccinal requirements by downloading the TAC Verif app and scanning your NHS Covid Travel Pass QR codes.
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sugarmoma666 wrote:
You're fine. Your less than 9 months since your 2nd dose.

The Pass Vaccinal requirements, which you currently need to meet to go into restaurants, use ski lifts etc. are actually more restrictive than the entry requirements, but I think you're fine on them too:

https://www.gouvernement.fr/info-coronavirus/pass-vaccinal

You can check you meet the Pass Vaccinal requirements by downloading the TAC Verif app and scanning your NHS Covid Travel Pass QR codes.


brilliant. thank you!
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