Not sure about the current requirements for travelling?

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It will depend on the country of your destination, travel agency, vaccination status and more. Here is your checklist:

Travelling to England
Fully vaccinated, from non-red list country:
▪ day 2 COVID-19 test booked and paid for (From October 22, Lateral Flow Antigen will be accepted)
▪ passenger locator form
▪ proof of vaccination

Not vaccinated or travelling from a red list country:
▪ COVID-19 Antigen or PCR test (valid for 72h)
▪ Day 2 and Day 8 COVID-19 test booked and paid for.
▪ passenger locator form
▪ quarantine at home for 10 days.

Travelling to Ireland
▪ Complete an online passenger locator form
▪ Have either one of the following:
– Proof of vaccination
– Proof of recovery from COVID infection in the past six months
– Proof of negative RT-PCR test taken within 72 hours before arrival

Please note: You might need to quarantine if you come from the UK or if your EU Digital Certificate is based on an Antigen Test.

Travelling to an EU country
Either one of the following:
▪ Negative test result – PCR is accepted within 72h, Antigen is accepted within 24/48h, subject to the country of destination.
▪ Proof of vaccination (both doses taken).
▪ Recent recovery from COVID-19 (less than six months, might vary between countries).
▪ Simply your Digital EU Certificate

Besides what is mentioned above, we advise you to pay attention to the following topic:
▪ Vaccination Certificates:
You will only be able to get your certificate after receiving full vaccination, whether that is one or two doses, depending on the vaccine brand.

For most vaccines, you will have your certificate validated 14 days after fully vaccination. Their validity will depend on the type of certificate:
– EU Digital Certificate for European Union: usually valid for up to 180 days (six months) after which you will need to reorder your certificate
– NHS COVID Pass for England: valid for 30 days, but the 30-day period refreshes every time you log in
– NI COVID Certificate for Northern Ireland: valid for up to three months, but will renew every three months before expiring

Struggling to find the latest information regarding Covid-19 testing requirements for your destination?

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