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France allows those who have got the Kovishield vaccine to come

Paris: France has allowed entry to international travelers who have had Covishield (AstraZeneca), a vaccine produced in India. This decision will come into effect from Sunday. According to a statement issued on Saturday by French Prime Minister Jean Casteux, border checks have been further tightened to prevent the spread of the delta variant.

Those who do not take both doses will have to show a Covid negative report 
travellers arriving from some European countries without taking both doses of the vaccine in France will have to show a Covid negative report within 24 hours . This new rule will apply to travelers coming from the United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal, Cyprus, Greece and the Netherlands, which will be effective from Sunday.

Those taking both doses of these vaccines are allowed to show test reports
Castex said that those who have received the European Medicines Agency-accredited Pfizer – BioNtech, Moderna, AstraZeneca or Johnson & Johnson vaccines That both the doses have been taken, they will not need to show the test report. This exemption has been given because the vaccine is effective against the virus, the statement said.
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