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Aug 5

Great News - No need to Quarantine anymore

No need to Quarantine anymore.

The Great News is that from Sunday at 4am there will be no need for a quarantine period when travelling to and from France (for those of you that are double vaxxed).

So for everyone that has been frustrated by not being able to travel to view properties, the final obstacle is about to be removed.

We have thousands of properties for sale to suit all budgets so make your enquiries and book your viewings with us soon.

Have a look at our Guides Page with information on everything from Buying Property in France, Healthcare, Currency Exchange to Living in France Post Brexit.

Download our PDF Guides to help you plan your viewing trip.

Travel Restrictions Lifted

You can read the latest Travel Update on the UK.GOV website here.

Blog submitted by: Sharon Evans - Co-Founder of Cle France.

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Jul 31

Europe Chats Episode 4 - Should there be an EU Army?

For those of you already living in France, or planning to do so at some point in the future, you might find this series of ‘Europe Chats’ of interest.

In each episode, Jim Cloos, TEPSA Secretary-General, will be answering your questions about Europe and the EU, how it works, and what effects its policies have on your day-to-day life, as an EU citizen.

Take a look and feel free to 'Like' and subscribe and or leave a comment.

We hope you find them interesting.

Episode 4 - Should there be an EU Army?

Premiered on 1st July 2021

Europe Chats Episode 4

Episode 3 - The EU's Response to the COVID Crisis.

Premiered on 27 May 2021

Episode 2 - What is the European Interest?

Premiered on 29 April 2021

Europe Chats Episode 2

Episode 1 - What is the EU?

Premiered on 25 March 2021

Europe Chats Episode 1

Blog submitted by: David Evans - Co-Founder of Cle France.

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For everything you need to know about French property visit www.clefrance.co.uk

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Jul 8

No Need to Quarantine on Return to UK

The UK Government announcement this morning, that people who have had both vaccination jabs can travel to amber list countries (from 19th July) without the need to quarantine on return to the UK, this is the news that many of you have been waiting to hear.

We are already seeing an increase in demand for property viewings, so choose the property listing you want to view and get in touch via the website and let us arrange everything for you.

Have a look at our Guides Page with information on everything from Buying Property in France, Healthcare, Currency Exchange to Living in France Post Brexit.

Download our PDF Guides to help you plan your viewing trip.

Travel Restrictions Lifted

Blog submitted by: Sharon Evans - Co-Founder of Cle France.

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For everything you need to know about French property visit www.clefrance.co.uk

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Jun 11

France has Re-Opened for International Travel

France 'reopened' for international travel on Wednesday this week (June 9th) using a green-amber-red travel system to categorise countries and set the travel rules related to them.

The UK and the US have been classified as amber, meaning that fully vaccinated people there can travel to France for any reason including leisure if they can show on boarding their transport the results of a negative Covid-19 test taken within 72 hours if it is PCR and 48 hours if it is a rapid antigen test. They are also not required to self-isolate after coming to France.

Non-fully vaccinated people can only come if they have a compelling reason and are still asked to undertake a week of voluntary self-isolation. They have the same test requirements on boarding and may be asked to take an antigen test on arrival.

Countries such as Australia, New Zealand and all the EU member states are green, meaning fully vaccinated people can come without the need of a Covid-19 test. Non fully vaccinated people can come without an essential reason being required but will need a negative Covid-19 test to board, though they will not be asked to self-isolate.

Proof of vaccination is acceptable for any of the four vaccines accepted by the European Medicines Agency: Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson.

Proving your Vaccination Status:

The Consulate General of France in London states that you can prove your vaccination status to travel to France by using the mobile application NHS App.

This application is different from the track and trace NHS Covid-19 application.

It should be noted that in order to use NHS App you must be over 13 and registered at a GP surgery in England.

If you were vaccinated against Covid-19 in England and you do not wish to use the application, you can get your vaccination certificate directly from the NHS website at this link. You need to register so as to access your status online. You can then download and print a PDF document.

If you do not wish to or cannot use the website or the app, you can phone 119 and ask for a letter confirming your vaccination status, which will be sent to you by post.

It is possible, via this page, to access a document in different languages, that can help officials in destination countries (including France) understand a British vaccination certificate if they ask for proof at the border (as they are entitled to do). For the French version, click on Français at the top right, click on the French title of the document provided and then click 'Print this page'.

The rules that apply to adults also apply to children: therefore you can travel with your children if you have been fully vaccinated, as they swill be treated as if they also have been vaccinated.

Blog submitted by: Sharon Evans - Co-Founder of Cle France.

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For everything you need to know about French property visit www.clefrance.co.uk

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May 29

The EU's Response to the COVID Crisis

For those of you already living in France, or planning to do so at some point in the future, you might find this series of ‘Europe Chats’ of interest.

In each episode, Jim Cloos, TEPSA Secretary-General, will be answering your questions about Europe and the EU, how it works, and what effects its policies have on your day-to-day life, as an EU citizen.

Take a look and feel free to 'Like' and subscribe and or leave a comment.

We hope you find them interesting.

Episode 3 - The EU's Response to the COVID Crisis.

Premiered on 27 May 2021

Episode 2 - What is the European Interest?

Premiered on 29 April 2021

Europe Chats Episode 2

Episode 1 - What is the EU?

Premiered on 25 March 2021

Europe Chats Episode 1

Blog submitted by: David Evans - Co-Founder of Cle France.

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For everything you need to know about French property visit www.clefrance.co.uk

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