People arriving in Jersey from France will now have to receive two negative tests before being able to leave quarantine, it has been announced.
Under Jersey's travel guidance system, countries are generally designated green if they have 0-25 cases per 100,000 people, amber for 25-120, and red for more than 120.
Now recorded as having 26 cases per 100,000, France officially moved from green to amber from midnight on Sunday 9 August.
Passengers arriving from an amber country are required to undertake two PCR (diagnostic) tests on day zero and day five.
Under the rules, they must isolate until they receive a negative result from their second test.
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