Testing requirements for vaccinated arrivals to end on 11th February
As infection rates fall and plans have been announced that from 11th February all travel testing measures will be removed for vaccinated arrivals, setting Britain free ahead of the crucial half term and spring holiday season.
- Infection rates are falling – and thanks to the success of our vaccine and booster rollout, Britain is now able to open up travel to the world.
- That is why, from 04:00 on 11 February, all testing requirements will be removed for fully vaccinated eligible arrivals, with only a simplified Passenger Locator Form now required – saving around £100 for the average family going abroad and providing a major boost for UK tourism.
- The pandemic is not over but we can move forward. Britain has one of the most open economies and free societies in Europe, and because of these changes, we now have a travel sector to match it.