Latest Tui, easyJet, Jet2 and Ryanair news: travel tips for Croatia, Poland, Czech Republic, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark
The UK government recently updated its traffic light system with new advice for people traveling abroad.
Six countries were reclassified in the green list while two countries were reclassified in the red list due to their current situation related to Covid-19.
In addition to the three tier system implemented in this country, other countries and territories also have their own separate rules and restrictions, some not allowing any Britons.
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While lockdown restrictions have completely ended in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, the pandemic persists and anyone wishing to travel on holiday abroad should keep abreast of the latest changes and developments. advice from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
We’re here to make it easy for you and have put together the latest travel tips for popular destinations like Croatia, Czech Republic, Poland, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark.
As the government updates its lists every three weeks, you can expect the next review to take place on Wednesday September 15 or Thursday September 16.
Until then, here are the latest tips and rules.
As an Orange List country, travelers returning to England will need to follow the same rules as outlined above.
Fully vaccinated people can enter the Czech Republic for any reason without needing to take a COVID-19 test.
Unvaccinated people can only enter the country for essential reasons such as a funeral or medical treatment.
They must also:
- present a negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours of travel
- isolate for five days and pass another PCR test
- wear a face mask outside for the first two weeks in the country
Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark
Denmark and Finland have joined Norway in adding to Scandinavia’s increasingly green status.
Sweden is now the big exception, remaining on the Amber List since the changes took effect earlier this week.
Although fully vaccinated adults no longer have to self-isolate upon arrival in the UK, a Covid test is required three days before return and a PCR test two days after arrival.
Adults who are not fully vaccinated should have an additional PCR test on or after day 8, as well as be quarantined for ten days.
List status: amber
What does that mean: Travelers returning to the UK from Croatia must be tested for Covid at least three days before their departure and at least two days after their return. This cannot be an NHS test and must be paid for in private. Travelers who have not received both doses of the vaccine should be further tested on the eighth day of their return.
Specific entry conditions: Travelers traveling from the UK to Croatia must test negative for Covid unless they have had both doses of the vaccine.
As an Orange List country, people returning from Poland to the UK must follow a strict set of rules.
All travelers, before starting their return journey to England must:
- take a COVID-19 test within 3 days of travel
- book and pay for any other COVID-19 testing required
- complete a passenger tracking form
From there, the requirements change depending on whether or not you are vaccinated.
If you are vaccinated, you must take another Covid test on the second day of your return. No quarantine necessary and after the test, you are in peace.
If you are not vaccinated, it is a bit trickier. You have to:
- quarantine at home or where you are staying for 10 days
- take a COVID-19 test no later than day 2 and on or after day 8
- You can opt for the test to release program which allows
Entering Poland has its own rules.
Vaccinated people will not have to be quarantined, but unvaccinated people will need to be quarantined. for 10 days or seven if they receive a negative antigen test.
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