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So, what are the new Government guidelines?
The old traffic light system of branding countries as Red, Amber, or Green has been scrapped. Now there are only Red-list countries, and the rest of the world. From Monday 4th October, fully vaccinated travellers will no longer need to take a pre-departure test when travelling to England. The even more exciting news is that people returning from a select list of countries will also be given the ‘non-red’ light to use the much cheaper antigen tests instead of the Day 2 PCR tests. The exact date this switch will occur has yet to be confirmed, but government officials have said they hope it will be in place by the time people are returning from half term holidays.
Okay, so which tests do I need for my half-term holiday?
Still confused? Don’t blame you. With all the changes, covid travel test requirements are hard to keep track of. Let’s break it down.