UK eases entry rules for travellers
The UK government has announced that from February 11th all testing requirements will be lifted for fully vaccinated and under-18 travellers, while isolation requirements for unvaccinated passengers will be removed.
From that date, eligible vaccinated passengers and under-18s arriving in the UK will only need to compete the passenger locator form, which the government said will be simplified.
Under the new measures, passengers who are not recognised as fully vaccinated will only be required to take a pre-departure test and a PCR test on or before Day 2, and will no longer need to isolate unless they receive a positive result.
This comes at the perfect time for planning travel to the UK. Students from all over the world are starting to make plans for the summer and this month sees the start of our summer bookings.