Lord Sugar shared a video of him arriving in Cannes earlier this week on his social media page, as the country once again welcomed visitors. He writes: “I am arriving in Cannes today. The first time in France since 1967 that my passport was stamped.” (sic)
Recently, the 74-year-old told fans about a restaurant he will be visiting tonight.
The businessman wrote: “Tonight I am going to a restaurant in France owned by a Scot who invited me to watch the match.
“I think I will eat and drink before the game in case you try to poison me.”
In response to his post, one Twitter user asked: “You have the right to be in France. Is it necessary?”
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In view of his 7.2 million followers, he replied: “Anyone with two infections and a negative Covid test can enter France.
“On your return to the UK you will have to self-isolate. So the reason for my visit is none of your business.”
France officially reopened its borders on June 9.
The UK is currently on France’s Orange List, which means that quarantine is mandatory after travel.
According to the government’s website, the Office of Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs and Development advise against all but essential travel across France based on the current COVID-19 risk assessment.
To enter the country, visitors will need to submit a negative PCR test result within 72 hours of departure (or an antigen test within 48 hours of departure) and can demonstrate that they have been fully vaccinated or that they have a valid reason to enter.
In an earlier tweet, the rookie star described the number of Covid tests she has taken.
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He wrote: “Since the pandemic, I’ve had 24 tests all negative (including 12 at Studio Oz doing an intern) 2 shots from Pfizer.
“I don’t have the Covid virus but I have a broken nasal septum.”
Lord Sugar’s tweets come after he appeared at last week’s GB News launch party.
Journalist Dan Wootton asked the businessman a number of questions, but one in particular seemed to strike a chord.
The latter asked Lord Sugar about football fans booing those who kneel in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Then I asked him if he had gotten on his knees, like Labor leader Keir Starmer.
Confused by his question, a father of three answered, “Where should I kneel in Sainsbury’s?”
“What a stupid, silly question.” I don’t play football, so why should I leave the knee? “