Stay up to date with the latest COVID-19 travels to know which countries are open to tourists, the restrictions in places and the borders that are closed...
Please note: The information in this article applies to UK travellers, and is up to date as of 8.30am on 26 January. Check back tomorrow for the latest update.
All UK travel corridors are now closed. Anyone arriving in the UK (including UK nationals) needs to quarantine. They will also need proof of a negative Covid-19 test no older than three days.
As of 21 December several European nations have announced temporary bans on travel from the UK based on the emergence of a new variant of Covid-19. Given the fluid and fast-changing situation please be aware that published information may have changed and at very short notice so always double-check.
The Government has introduced a national lockdown which means that no non-essential travel is permitted.
Be aware that due to a new strain of coronavirus, the UK government has banned entry to the UK from many countries in South America. UK nationals will be permitted entry but will need to self-isolate for 14 days along with their families.
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