Rules for entering the UK will change on Monday morning in connection with the coronavirus pandemic. This is especially true for England and Northern Ireland, which will no longer require testing from most countries.
Currently valid traffic light systemWhere individual countries are highlighted in green, yellow and red, It will be abolished nationwide, and instead there will be one list – redA – Starting Monday, there will remain 54 countries and regions – mostly from Africa, Latin America and Asia – where the epidemic is the hardest.
From Monday, fully vaccinated people do not need to be tested for coronavirus before coming to England and Northern Ireland from non-red list countries.. People who have received doses of the AstraZeneca, Pfizer, and Moderna vaccine or the Janssen vaccine as a single dose are considered fully immune, and it has been 14 days since the last dose. This applies to people who have been vaccinated in the United Kingdom, the European Union, European Free Trade Association (EFTA) countries and European small states, in the United States and in 18 other countries around the world, incl. In Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Israel and Taiwan. Those who have been vaccinated are still required to fill out a localization form and take a paid test on the second day after their arrival.
Persons who have not been vaccinated and who have not been fully vaccinated or who have been vaccinated in other countries must undergo a pre-arrival test from countries outside the Red List, and upon arrival two days (on the second and eighth days of stay), in addition to undergoing a 10-day home quarantine, Which can be abbreviated if another test is taken, no later than the fifth day after arrival.
The obligation to take pre-departure testing still applies to vaccinated people coming to Scotland and Wales. However, they do not have to quarantine and only need to take one test upon arrival. In addition to pre-departure testing, unvaccinated people must undergo two post-arrival tests – on the second and eighth days – and undergo a 10-day home quarantine.
However, the rules for access from Red List countries do not change in any part of the UK Only people who are citizens or residents of the UK or Ireland may come from. Upon arrival, you must undergo a 10-day paid quarantine in certain hotels, regardless of whether the person has been vaccinated or not.
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