A vaccination passport is required to travel to Corsica from June 9
For travel to and from Corsica from June 9th, a vaccination passport will be required. This document will be mandatory for persons over the age of 11, the French Secretary of State in charge of transitional digital and electronic communications told Franceinfo.
Until now, people traveling between Corsica and the continent have had to show a negative PCR test received in less than 72 hours, and also write a sworn statement confirming the absence of symptoms of COVID-19.
“People who have been vaccinated can now simply present a certificate of vaccination,” said Cedric O. The certificate can download from the site. A medical passport valid until 30 September is provided either on a sheet issued during vaccination, or as a PDF file or QR code in the TousAntiCovid app.
The Secretary of State explained that this medical passport records the fact of a complete vaccination within two weeks, “two doses if you were not sick, one dose if you were sick, and a PCR or antigen test in less than 48 hours “.