With vaccine programmes underway the world over and the UK on track to have all adults vaccinated before the end of summer, we take a look at the places allowing unrestricted entry to vaccinated travellers
With vaccine programmes underway the world over and the UK on track to have all adults vaccinated before the end of summer, we take a look at the places allowing unrestricted entry to vaccinated travellers...
This list is up to date as of 9.00am on 8 April 2021.
All travellers from the UK can now enter the Seychelles whether they have had the vaccine or not. You just need a negative
PCR test no older than 72 hours.
Travellers who have proof of a vaccine will be exempt from quarantine in Lebanon. You will still need to take a Covid test on arrival.
UK travellers who have proof of a negative test no offer than 48 hours or have a vaccination certificate showing they had a second dose more than 14 days before travel can enter Croatia for tourism.
Cyprus plans to open its doors to UK travellers with the vaccine from 1 May.
People who have had the Covid-19 vaccine or have recovered from the virus within the last 6 months will be able to avoid Estonia’s 10-day quarantine and testing requirements.
Those who have had the full course of the Covid-19 vaccine and can prove it will be granted unrestricted entry to Georgia.
Those who have immunity from the virus or who have been vaccinated will be exempt from border measures.
The regional government of Madeira and Port Santo is allowing anyone who has had both doses of the vaccine or has recovered from the virus in the past 90 days to enter without the need of a negative test result on arrival.
From 1 June, Malta will be open to British travellers who have had both doses of a Covid vaccination.
Those who have a document to confirm they have had both doses of a Covid vaccine will not need to quarantine on arrival in Moldova and will not need proof of a negative test.
Montenegro is allowing vaccinated travellers who have had the second dose at least seven days before arriving to enter the country. Non-vaccinated travellers can also enter but will need proof of a negative test no older than 48 hours.
If you have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19 you can avoid quarantine in Poland.
Portugal is planning to open to vaccinated British travellers from the 17 March. You will need proof of a vaccine or proof of immunisation.
UK travellers can avoid quarantine in Slovenia if they have had the second dose of Pfizer/BioNTech seven days before arrival, the second dose of Modern 14 days before travel or a second dose of Oxford/ AstraZeneca 21 days before arrival.
Those who have had both doses of the vaccine or have recovered from the virus between 14 and 90 days before travel will not have to isolate in Romania.
If you have had two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine then you will be exempt from any of the airport testing in place at the airport.
Those who have had two doses of a Covid vaccine will not need proof of a negative test and will not need to quarantine on arrival in Ecuador.
To enter El Salvador you will either need proof of a negative test no older than 72 hours or proof that you have had both doses of a Covid-19 vaccine.
In Europe, Greece has announced they will be allowing unrestricted entry for vaccinated British tourists, hopefully from the 14 May. Hawaii is reportedly looking to allow vaccinated travellers to avoid quarantine, starting with easing restrictions on domestic visitors first before opening the option up to international travellers. Over in Thailand, the country has already introduced a system allowing visitors to quarantine on yachts and is now making plans to allow vaccinated visitors to avoid quarantine altogether.
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