Motorists using the Eurotunnel between Folkestone and France have been warned to expect delays due to a fault in the overhead cables.
The delays were caused by an “overrun of unscheduled tunnel maintenance”, which previously resulted in the temporary suspension of services.
Eurotunnel says engineers have inspected a suspected fault in the overhead power supply and have warned travelers can expect delays of up to four hours.
Public holiday weekend drivers heading to the mainland have also been reminded to print a completed international travel certificate.
A spokesperson said: “Please make sure you adhere to the Covid measures in place.”
Travelers must comply with three different regulations.
The mobility rules specify the authorized reasons for entering France and the health control measures insist on negative Covid tests before and on arrival, on the absence of symptoms and on the fact of not having been in contact with a confirmed case.
The usual rules governing the right of residence still apply. All foreign travelers must present a valid passport at the border as well as the documents usually required. In the case of a short stay of less than 90 days, there must be proof of resources and accommodation.
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