If you are not up to date with your COVID-19 vaccines, avoid traveling to the UK. Even if you are up to date with your COVID-19 vaccines, you may be at risk of getting and spreading COVID-19.Anyone 2 years or older should wear a well-fitting mask in indoor public spaces. The government will lift remaining international travel restrictions due to COVID-19 for all passengers starting at 4 a.m. on Friday, March 18.The UK (UK) government has lifted all international COVID-19 travel restrictions for arriving passengers.
No traveller arriving in the UK will need to be tested for COVID-19 or complete a passenger locator form. Most visitors to the United States, regardless of vaccination status, are allowed to enter the United Kingdom. Individuals will continue to have access to their vaccination and recovery records through the NHS COVID Pass to use when traveling abroad. Keep up to date with the latest official advice offered by the country you are departing from and to which you are traveling.
UK travel guide including Commonwealth Development Office %26 (FCDO) travel tips to keep up with entry requirements from other countries. I look forward to continuing to work with the travel industry and partners around the world to keep international travel moving. If your return is delayed and you are concerned that you may run out of medicines (including antimalarial drugs) or medical equipment, contact your travel health insurance provider for advice on how to get safe medical supplies at your destination. Opportunities for travel abroad have opened up, but disruptions remain a risk, as border closures, movement restrictions or quarantine rules may be introduced on short notice.
In the future, the government's default approach will be to use the least stringent measures, if appropriate, to minimize the impact on travel to the extent possible, given the high personal, economic and international costs that border measures may have, and contingency measures will only be implemented in extreme circumstances. It's time to get back to the skies, to enjoy everything that makes aviation and international travel great for families and businesses. A return to unrestricted travel is good news for passengers and should allow aviation to take significant steps towards recovery. Starting at 4am on Friday, March 18, all COVID-19 travel restrictions will be lifted, including the Passenger Locator Form (PLF) for arrivals to the UK, as well as all tests for passengers who do not qualify as vaccinated.
Due to the impact of COVID-19, visa services and travel restrictions may change rapidly, so check this website regularly. If you need travel health advice, vaccinations or anti-malaria medications, talk to your family doctor, nurse, pharmacist or travel clinic. Citizens traveling by air to the United States must be fully vaccinated and provide proof of their vaccination status before boarding an aircraft to the United States. Check the coronavirus tab of FCDO's overseas travel advice for your destination to see what domestic disease control measures, if any, are in place.
The government will lift remaining restrictions on international travel for all passengers before the Easter holidays, the Secretary of Transportation announced today (March 14, 2002).