The question of the inequality of treatment between Italians and French at the borders is moving towards a resolution, at least partially (ours, in the province of Turin, are in the Montgenevro, Scala and Mont Cenis hills). Starting from midnight on Wednesday 9 June 2021, entry to France will be allowed to all citizens of the European Union vaccinated against the coronavirus. This was announced by the French transport minister Jean-Baptiste Djebbari, specifying that for these it will no longer be necessary to carry out a swab.
Currently and until tomorrow, Tuesday 8, to cross the border it is necessary to certify a negative molecular swab carried out no less than 72 hours before crossing the border, otherwise you are rejected, while the same does not happen to those who cross the border in the opposite sense. From Wednesday it will be sufficient to certify the complete vaccination, i.e. the second dose (or single dose in the case of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine) for at least 14 days.
For those who have not completed this process (ie for those who have had only one dose of vaccines that require two or for those vaccinated for less than 14 days) the obligation of the negative swab from 72 hours before continues to apply. As mentioned, therefore, overcoming the disparity remains partial.