France isolates unvaccinated: PCR test will not be accepted either
The French parliament has passed a law that will exclude all unvaccinated persons from all restaurants, sports areas, tourist sites and even on trains.
Prior to this law, a vaccination certificate was required in France to attend public places throughout the country, and unvaccinated persons were exempted if they showed a negative test.
But with the new law, which will be for every person over 16 years old, it requires vaccination with both doses and removes the test option. Some exceptions can be made for those who have recently passed the virus.