Covid-19 Restrictions For Travel To The United Kingdom
To limit the importation of new coronavirus variants, Great Britain is tightening its entry requirements.
From February 15 the UK is blocking all entrants from more than 33 countries on its red list of high-risk destinations.
The UK Nationals from these states are allowed in but required to quarantine for ten days in a hotel.
Some of these virus-variant nations are Portugal, South Africa, the United Arab Emirates, and all South American states.
All arrivals must book a 10 day stay in one of the approved hotels. Passengers pay all their quarantine costs.
Trippers remain in their rooms and are provided with three meals a day. Security teams are always available at the hotels to monitor all those isolating.
Right now travel for holidays is not allowed in and to Northern Ireland and Great Britain. All travelers to the UK are required to present proof of a negative Covid-19 test.
It must be a PCR, LAMP, or an antigen test. You can do the testing three days before your journey begins.
You must also complete a passenger locator form. This exception is only applicable for trippers from Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and England.
The third lock-down in the UK is set to be eased by June 21. England nationals are restricted to leave their homes without a valid reason.
All non-essential businesses are still closed. Schools and universities will be open very soon.
Over 56 million Britons can only leave their residential places to go for work, shopping, and medical appointments.
There are some hefty fines for those who violate the current rules. Those who fail to go by the available quarantine regulations can be fined up to 10,000 pounds.