France lifting travel ban

alcam

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I read some where today 24 hrs before travel which is good least ways you know who ever is on the ferry or plane with you has had one as well
Yes I was more referring to the mechanics of the test . Is it a case of booking test with one of the companies that provide this service ? Similar to what we did coming back to the uk in November ?
 

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Just the day after we book a holiday with a flight involved.
I thought that would happen:rolleyes:
So now we will go at end of January to Portugal/Spain. (We have a dog and dont like ferries) instead of December. (Cant find one anyway without 2 trips on the water)
Just have to take a look at the Indian Ocean first...hard work this retirement :cool:
 

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You did have to get a negative lateral flow or pcr test 24 hours before travel before Friday so I guess they keep that the same. If so you need to order a private probably lateral flow test. They can be cheap. Once you have it do the test on the way to the channel, you take a picture of the flow test result and your passport, email it off and the response is quick. So 24 hours should be doable.
 

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You did have to get a negative lateral flow or pcr test 24 hours before travel before Friday so I guess they keep that the same. If so you need to order a private probably lateral flow test. They can be cheap. Once you have it do the test on the way to the channel, you take a picture of the flow test result and your passport, email it off and the response is quick. So 24 hours should be doable.
Who did you use for future reference ..
 

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Who did you use for future reference ..
I think the one I had in mind was called Zava I am not sure that is right we have used them but maybe for home pcr. Trouble is we look again each time as the criteria keep changing. Once we went to the expense of lateral tests to enter France only to be told when we offered the negative certificates at Dover " from this morning we don't need to see those" Rushing around packing we had not noticed the last minute news.
 

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I think the one I had in mind was called Zava I am not sure that is right we have used them but maybe for home pcr. Trouble is we look again each time as the criteria keep changing. Once we went to the expense of lateral tests to enter France only to be told when we offered the negative certificates at Dover " from this morning we don't need to see those" Rushing around packing we had not noticed the last minute news.
I used Testing for All , cost £19
 
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