The UK Government has announced they will remove the remaining COVID-19 international travel restrictions for all passengers from 4am Friday 18 March.
- From 4am 18 March no-one entering UK will need to take tests or complete a passenger locator form
- Remaining managed hotel quarantine capacity will be fully stood down from the end of March, making the UK one of the first major economies to end all COVID-19 international travel rules
- Contingency plans to be put in place to manage any future variants of concern (VoCs)
- People will continue to be able to access their vaccine and recovery records through the NHS COVID Pass to use when travelling overseas.
See the full press release here – https://www.gov.uk/government/news/all-covid-19-travel-restrictions-removed-in-the-uk