It will be easier to travel to Andorra again. Serological or PCR tests will no longer be necessary from this Monday for cross-border travel between Andorra and France for stays of less than 24 hours, the French embassy in the principality announced on Sunday.
This news was expected. On February 16, in fact, the head of the Andorran government, Xavier Espot, asked during a videoconference with his French counterpart, Jean Castex, that the measures restricting movement between frontiers of the principality and the department of Ariège be relaxed.
Since the end of January, border residents had to produce a negative PCR test dating back less than 72 hours to enter the small Pyrenean state, with the exception of road carriers or French people living less than 30 km from the border and having stayed less. 24 hours in Andorra. However, the health measures of traffic restrictions put in place on January 30 remain in force for other travelers, because the spread of the English variant is accelerating on French territory, the same source added.