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In October with the latest Covid travel restrictions update, is the flight Boston > London > Paris possible for a US Citizen in possession of a <72h negative Covid test ?
Do I instead have to quarantine in the UK for 14 days and then go to France ?
I have an AirBnB planned in France for longer than 14 days in which I will be quarantining upon arrival

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    Note that, at best, anybody can only give the answers for today, not for October. Anything could change between now and then.
    – mlc
    Sep 16, 2020 at 17:30

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No, quarantine is not required for passengers who are only transiting the UK, regardless of having completed a COVID test. You will have to fill out a passenger locator form before you depart, although in my experience you won't be required to show it to anyone.

Source: UK Government website, and I did a similar journey last month

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    Do you know if France would let an american citizen in from the UK without quarantining there beforehand?
    – Frazic
    Sep 16, 2020 at 16:31
  • @Frizic Oh, I was focused on the transit part and I forgot about the destination. This part is more complicated, but the comment-length answer is probably not, unless you have a residence permit or meet another requirement. You can look at the entry requirements here: diplomatie.gouv.fr/en/coming-to-france/…
    – jdouglas
    Sep 16, 2020 at 21:12

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