If you are looking for the newly released travel instructions of the UK then this news release could be the perfect piece. Recently, Prime minister Boris Johnson has emphasized the significance of getting a Covid booster vaccination to travel abroad this summer.
The UK government announced that on 11 February, it would lift all pre-departure tests for vaccinated travelers who are traveling to the UK. Many letters were sent to the government of the UK by executives of major airlines to lift coronavirus-related travel restrictions, which ultimately led to the amendments in rules.
From 11 February, travelers who are not perceived as wholly vaccinated will need to take a pre-flight test and a PCR test at least before day 2 after they arrive in the United Kingdom. This eliminates the necessity to be quarantined and the tests taken on the 8th day.
Passenger Locator Form will be mandatory to be completed by every traveler, either vaccinated or not. For domestic travel, all persons under the age of 18 will continue to be taken fully vaccinated regardless of their vaccination status. The age group of children between 12-15 in England who are leaving the UK would have to show their vaccination status or evidence of earlier infection using a digital NHS COVID Pass from 3 February. This has been planned to make things a lot easier for kids and families traveling abroad.