Travel Corridor Update November 2020
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Travel Corridors England, Wales, and Northern Ireland Updated on: 13 Nov 2020
Download the PDF here:
Currently there are no quarantine restrictions for travellers arriving in the UK from these European destinations:
- Gibraltar (14 day quarantine for Wales only)
Additionally, there are no COVID-19 checks in place – though this does differ from region to region!
In terms of the rest of the world, you can travel with confidence to all of the below destinations:
- Saint Barthelemy
- Saint Pierre and Migulon
- Turks and Caicos Islands
- United Arab Emirates (UAE)
For the destinations listed below, there are no quarantine requirements in place, either from the UK or flying back in. However, there may be some additional COVID-19 entry requirements, such as proof of a negative test.
- Canary Islands – All tourists staying in an establishment (hotel, resort etc) will need to demonstrate a diagnostic test for active infection with a negative result.
- Faroe Islands – If you enter as a tourist, you need to document a holiday stay of at least 6 nights.
- Greek Islands – Including Corfu, Crete, Rhodes, Zakynthos and Kos, you must complete an online Passenger Locator Form at least 48 hours prior to arrival in the country. You must show the QR code when requested. Testing may be enforced on arrival.
- Greenland – If you enter as a tourist, you need to document a holiday stay of at least 6 nights.
Rest of the World:
- Antigua & Barbuda – Negative COVID-19 Test taken within 7 days of departure flight.
- Dominica – Arrival questionnaire will need to be completed 24 hours pre-flight and a negative test 3 days before flights.
- St Vincent and the Grenadines – Testing on arrival followed by a mandatory 24 hour quarantine or show a negative PCR test taken within 2 days of arrival to avoid quarantine.