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UK Loosens Entry Requirements for Fully Vaccinated Travelers

UK Loosens Entry Requirements for Fully Vaccinated Travelers

The UK has loosened up their entry requirements for fully vaccinated travelers. As of October 4th, business travelers - both British citizens and international travelers - entering the UK no longer have to take a pre-departure COVID test. This does not apply to those who have been in a red list country (see below) in the last ten days.

All travelers need to be fully vaccinated and are required to show their vaccine card or they'll be denied entry.

Keep in mind that vaccinated travelers will still need to book a COVID PCR test for day two of their trip and complete a Passenger Locator Form before departure.

The UK has also done away with their traffic light system and moved instead to a single "red list" of countries. This should give travelers much more clarity before booking their trip.

These updates are good news for business travelers looking to enter the United Kingdom. As restrictions ease and you get back on the road, let us know what we can do for you - we're ready to help!

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