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Key Points

  • Lifting of all COVID-19 related entrance requirements beginning March 18, 2022


The United Kingdom (UK) government has announced that it lifted COVID-19 related restrictions for all passengers entering the country starting at 4 am on March 18, 2022. As a result, travelers entering the country will no longer be required to undergo entry testing or complete a passenger locator form even if they are not fully vaccinated. The government will also not require travelers to undergo day-two arrival testing.

What are the Changes?

The government of the UK will lift all COVID-19 related requirements for travelers entering the country beginning March 18, 2022. The government stated that this decision was made due to high vaccination rates in the country.

Looking Ahead

The government indicates it will continue to ensure that contingency plans are available to cope with any future variants of concern. Continue to check the government of the UK’s website for the latest updates and information.

Source: The Government of the United Kingdom

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