Morzine Corona Virus Information
The information relating to foreign travel is changing all the time as we all come to terms with this new world we find ourselves in. If you've booked a holiday to Morzine for the coming summer or are thinking about doing so then making sure your able to travel and have all the appropriate documentation to do so is super important.
With this in mind we will be updating the information on this page in an attempt to make holidaying in Morzine this summer as hassle free as possible (bear with us, its no easy task).
The information below is accurate as of 31st March 2022
CURRENT SITUATION: As of the 31st March 2022 all except one Covid restriction have been scrapped for fully vaccinated travellers!! The only thing you will now need to do is prove your vaccination status when you travel! Non vaccinated travellers now do not need a compelling reason to enter France but must provide a negative test result (details below)
Fully-vaccinated travellers from the UK can travel to France for their holidays without any testing requirements. In France, ‘fully-vaccinated’ for those aged 12 years and over and for the purposes of travel is defined as having received two recognised vaccinations against COVID-19 plus a booster vaccine no later than 9 months after the last required dose.
You must provide proof of your vaccination status, the French border authorities will accept NHS App proof
Non Vaccinated travellers can now freely travel to France from the UK but you must provide a negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours or a negative antigen test result taken within 48 hours of departure. You now do not need a a compelling reason to enter France.
If more than 9 months have elapsed since your second vaccination, and you have not yet received your booster jab, you will not be considered as ‘fully vaccinated’ and you’ll need to provide a negative test result taken within 72 hours of travel.
Travellers aged under 12 are except from all COVID travel regulations.
– You will not be required to self-isolate on arrival in France
– You do not need to take a COVID-19 test to travel into France if you’re fully vaccinated.
– Fully vaccinated in France is defined as having two doses of AstraZeneca, Pfizer or Moderna or a single dose of Janssen, plus a booster shot within 9 months of your second jab. You should also note that your final vaccine dose must have been administered at least 7 days prior to travel for AstraZeneca, Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna vaccines or 28 days after a single dose of Johnson & Johnson.
Non Vaccinated people can travel but must provide a negative test result at the border
– At the end of your holiday you do not need to take a test to return to the UK.
Flying Into Geneva
The requirement to complete a Swiss Passenger Locator Form for travel between the UK to Geneva Airport was scrapped with immediate effect on Thursday 17th February 2022.
There are now no testing requirements to enter Switzerland.
Returning To The UK After Being In Morzine
You do not need to take any tests upon your return to the UK.
Life In Morzine During the Pandemic
As of 14th March 2022 all restrictions have been scrapped. Masks should still be worn on public transport and in the medical centre. Some shops/bars may still ask you to wear them if that is their personal policy.