Photos: Tourists sunbathe on the beaches of France as country opens doors to fully vaccinated travellers

As France opened doors to vaccinated tourists from several countries, tourists were seen sunbathing on the beaches. However, they will

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Prime Minister Jean Castex had mentioned earlier that fully vaccinated travellers from any country of departure will be able to enter France without a test. Here are a few visuals of tourists from the beaches of France.(AFP)

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Tourists play volleyball in the water on a beach by the sea in Saint-Malo, western France.(AFP)

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The government of France said that unvaccinated people coming from the United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal, Cyprus, the Netherlands and Greece will need to present a COVID-19 test dating from less than 24 hours from July 18.(AFP)

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Tourists sunbathe on a beach by the sea in Saint-Malo, western France.(AFP)

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People travelling from Tunisia, Mozambique, Cuba and Indonesia will in addition need to justify their travel, show they have tested negative for COVID-19 before departure and then quarantined for 10 days after arriving.(AFP)

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"Because the vaccines are effective against the virus, and in particular its variant Delta, the constraints weighing on travellers benefiting from a complete vaccination schedule with a vaccine recognised by the European Medicines Agency (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca or Janssen) will be raised from this Saturday, July 17, regardless of the country of origin," Castex said.(AFP)

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