LONDON, England – From July 10, 2020 you will not have to self-isolate when you arrive in England, if you:
- are travelling or returning from one of the countries with travel corridor exemption
- have not been to or stopped in a country that’s not on the travel corridors exemption list in the previous 14 days
This applies to all travel to England, by train, ferry, coach, air or any other route.
If you have been to or stopped in a country that’s not on the travel corridors exemption list you will have to self-isolate until 14 days have passed since you left that country.
Your stay abroad
You will have to comply with coronavirus requirements in the country you travel to. This may include self-isolating or providing your details to local authorities.
Check Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) coronavirus advice for the country you are travelling to.
Make sure you have appropriate travel insurance in case you have unexpected costs.
Arrival in the UK
Before your arrival in the UK, you must complete a passenger locator form. You must present these details on your arrival in England. This applies to both visitors and UK residents.
Updates to the travel corridor list
We will keep the conditions in these countries and territories under review. If they worsen we will not hesitate to reintroduce self-isolation requirements.
Travellers should always check the latest FCO travel advice. Travel advice includes information on any health measures in place for visitors to the country or territory. These can include a requirement to self-isolate, quarantine, or undergo testing for coronavirus, or even restrictions on entry.
Travel corridors: countries and territories exemption list
From July 10, 2020, unless they have visited or stopped in any other country or territory in the preceding 14 days, passengers arriving from the following countries and territories will not be required to self-isolate on arrival into England.
|Antigua and Barbuda||Greece||Norway|
|Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba||Italy||Spain|
|Curaçao||Japan||St Kitts and Nevis|
|Czech Republic||Lithuania||St Pierre and Miquelon|
|Faroe Islands||Malta||Trinidad and Tobago|
|French Polynesia||New Caledonia|
Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man are exempt as they are part of the common travel area. The 14 British Overseas Territories are also exempt.
This list may be added to over the coming days following further discussions between the UK and international partners.
Information for travel into Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will be published by the devolved administrations.