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Travel in times of COVID

COVID travel restrictions: United Kingdom

The COVID pandemic has led to travel restrictions in Europe. Here's how Great Britain is responding to the current situation.

Great Britain, a woman wearing a surgical face mask posing in front of Tower Bridge in London.

Currently, face masks are no longer required to be worn in many public spaces

Entry regulations

Travelers to Great BritainNorthern Ireland, the Channel Islands and the British overseas territories no longer have to fill out a passenger locator form.

Arrivals also do not have to present proof of vaccination or a negative test result.

Main article: What are the COVID entry rules for travelers to European countries?

COVID rules for daily life

All coronavirus restrictions have been lifted as part of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's "Living with COVID" plan. Free mass testing stopped April 1, 2022. 

More information here

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