Channel Islands remove all Covid travel rules for Britons including tests and isolation

Latest travel rules to visit Channel Islands including Jersey and Guernsey from any Covid checks you will need to meet vaccine requirements and other entry rules

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Jersey has lifted Covid travel restrictions on vacationers

Brits are looking for Free holiday without Covid test and self-isolating may want to consider a trip to Channel Islands.

That’s because the islands, including Jersey and Guernsey, have scrapped all Covid travel rules in recent weeks, meaning you can tour without a pre-travel form, test for Covid or any self-isolation.

Jersey was the first to announce the move earlier this month, after removing all requirements for Covid tests and self-quarantine for incoming passengers.

Meanwhile Guernsey followed suit today (February 17), also removing pre-travel form requirements, Covid tests or self-isolation.

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Smaller islands such as Alderney, Sark and Herm – accessed via Guernsey – are also included in the new migration.

There’s more good news for holidaymakers as anyone arriving in the UK from within the Channel Islands won’t have to fill out a passenger locator form or take Covid tests, so they really can can be vacations with almost no admin.

(Except if you have been outside the UK within the previous 10 days).

Haven’t been to the Channel Islands or not sure which is the right place for your vacation? We have a guide about The best Channel Islands to give you a helping hand.

Guernsey’s travel rules changed as of today (February 17)


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British holiday options have increased in recent weeks.

Vietnam and Australia have both announced they will welcome back vaccinated travelers in the coming weeks, while New Zealand is planning a phased reopening plan can see most Britons can visit on holidays from July.

For those looking for a European holiday, a range of countries have eased travel restrictions for Britons.

For example, there are some countries remove Covid tests for vaccinated Britons, including popular holiday destinations such as Portugal, Greece and France.

Where can I go on holiday from the UK right now?

Spain also has loosening the rules for unvaccinated teenagerswhich means children aged 12-17 can visit the country without vaccination as long as they have a negative Covid test result.

Along with these, The UK also has new travel rules effective at the beginning of this month.

Those who are fully vaccinated do not need to take any more Covid tests, which means they only need to fill out a form before departure.

Meanwhile, self-isolation has been eliminated for unvaccinated or partially vaccinated travelers, although they will still need to take a Covid test before departure or upon arrival. .

Are Covid’s travel rules keeping you from booking vacations this year? Let us know in the comments below. Channel Islands remove all Covid travel rules for Britons including tests and isolation

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