The Minister of State for European Affairs, Clement Bonn, announced that tourists who will come to France this summer will not have to pay for PCR tests for the SARs-CoV-2 coronavirus.

“France is one of the few European countries that does not charge fees for PCR testing,” Boone told Europe, CNews and Les Echos.

According to the politician, the free Coronavirus tests are a way to revive tourist activity in France, especially since some countries charge tens or even hundreds of euros for testing.

We want to remain the leading tourist destination in Europe and the world under good health conditions – Bonn emphasized. – The European Parliament proposes that the tests be free throughout Europe, but I cannot promise today that all countries will accept them ”- the politician noted.

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Meanwhile, in France, 13,948 people have been confirmed infected with the Coronavirus in the past 24 hours. 81 patients died of COVID-19 in hospitals; The Public Health Agency (SPF) has reported that the number of deaths has increased to 107,645 since the start of the pandemic.

416 patients were admitted to hospitals and 102 to intensive care units. The number of inpatients was 22,963 patients, and 4,255 patients were treated in intensive care units.

Since the start of the campaign, 20298,318 people (i.e. 30.3% of the population and 38.6% of adults) have received the first dose of the vaccine, and 8827826 have received the second dose (i.e. 13.2% of the population and 16.8%). grown ups). During the last day a total of 234,007 vaccinations were performed, of which 211,526 were with the first dose and 22,481 with the second dose.

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