All you need to know about the latest UK COVID-19 vaccination, travel testing and quarantine measures
Update 18 March 2022:
From Friday 18 March, all pandemic regulations for travel to the UK were removed. When you travel to the UK from abroad you:
- do not need to take any COVID-19 tests before you travel or after you arrive
- do not need to fill in a UK passenger locator form
- do not need to quarantine when you arrive
This applies whether you are vaccinated or not.
It includes people who are transiting through the UK.
You should follow any rules that your travel provider tells you to follow.
Other countries may have rules about what you need to do to leave the country to travel to the UK. You should check travel advice for the country you are travelling from.
If you would like any more clarification, please do contact us on 0207 033 9527 or email@example.com.
We have done our best to answer the main immigration questions thrown up by measures to deal with the coronavirus pandemic – both for corporations and individuals coming to the UK – see our full FAQ of the questions me and my fellow immigration practitioners are being asked on UK immigration Covid measures. These are based on the major urgent immigration questions firms, individuals and families have been contacting us with.