Mountain: the British are back in the ski resorts

Published on 14/03/2021 21: 46 Updated 14/00/2000 45: 19

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Article written by France has lightened its protocol of entry into the territory for vaccinated British nationals. News welcomed with a frank smile on the side of the ski resorts, where they represent nearly 32% customer.

The first British holidaymakers
are from back on the ski slopes, Friday 14 January. Again authorized to return to France, they do not sulk their pleasure to find the stations. “ It’s fantastic to be here, the conditions are perfect.
It’s such a relief, it’s been a long time since we planned this vacation , we kept pushing them back because of the restrictions
”, assures a Londoner , just arrived.

“ We booked as soon as we found out. We took the first flight,
we must be among the first Brits here”, explains another. The relaxation of sanitary rules, they were impatiently awaiting it. For another English tourist, the restrictions have lasted far too long. “
This is very good news, even if it arrives a bit late.
These restrictions have affected the affairs of the French and the relations between us”, she believes, in the edition from 20 Time.

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