There continues to be more destinations relaxing their entry rules. I have selected a few popular destinations...
Travellers will now be required to present a vaccination certificate for a WHO or UAE-approved vaccine, with unvaccinated travellers required to present a negative PCR test taken within 48 hours of departure of proof of recovery.
You can now enter if you are fully vaccinated, hold a Covid-19 recovery certificate or are under 16 years old. Unvaccinated passengers require a negative PCR test taken 48 hours prior to departure.
The Sri Lankan government has confirmed that fully vaccinated arrivals will no longer be required to present a negative PCR result from Tuesday 1 March.
The rules will apply to those who have had both doses of an approved vaccine more than two months before travel, or a single dose in the case of travellers aged under 18.
Those with proof of Covid recovery between seven days and six months before arrival will be deemed to be fully vaccinated if they have had a single dose of a two-dose vaccine.
Non-vaccinated travellers are still required to present a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of travel, or a lab-tested antigen test taken within 48 hours.
Travellers from the UK will be required to produce a printed letter to confirm their status, with the NHS app not accepted. Covid-19 travel insurance is also mandatory for all visitors and must be acquired if existing policies do not offer the requisite cover.
Thailand has eased entry for vaccinated passengers. You can enter Thailand with proof of vaccine status provided via the NHS app.
From 15 March, vaccinated visitors to Greece will no longer need to complete a Passenger Locator Form before entering the country.
From 1 March, passengers are no longer required to complete the pre travel authorisation form, and travel-related quarantine measures have been dropped.
We can now travel to Qatar as the UK has been removed from their red list.