Has anyone entered France as a "fully vaccinated" person based on having had Covid plus one jab?
SouthKoreaquestion · 28/06/2021 00:39
Looking at the information provided by the French government, a person who has had Covid plus one dose of the vaccine is regarded as fully vaccinated. However, the UK doesn't appear to be geared up to providing evidence of this, so I just wondered whether any has travelled to France under the "fully vaccinated rules based on having had Covid plus one jab and, if so, how you proved your vaccination status? NB Although I've posted in "Holidays" the reason I'm asking relates to travel to France for a different reason, so I'd be grateful if this doesn't turn into a debate about the ethics of foreign holidays at present.
ShiteningMcQueen · 28/06/2021 00:58
You can prove one jab but how do you prove you've had Covid?
Silkiecats · 28/06/2021 02:48
I could be wrong but I didn't think that was an option - the rules are here:
And we are under amber.
Poorlykitten · 28/06/2021 03:45
Not sure how this would work. How do you show you’ve had COVID-19?
MyDcAreMarvel · 28/06/2021 04:00
The notification you get from a positive test that has your nhs number on.
Thethingswedoforlove · 28/06/2021 04:32
Is there a time frame for having had covid? Does it have to have been within eg three months? Surely the text received with the positive result plus the certificate within hve nhs app for vaccination Wd be the proof?
Marasme · 28/06/2021 04:39
interested to know
i need to travel for work, and have only had one jab.
I had COVID before too, but in March 2020 before PCR tests were done unless admitted overnight
SouthKoreaquestion · 28/06/2021 08:41
This is the link I found about what "fully vaccinated" means. The Foreign Office travel advice for France links to this page.
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