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03 Jul 2020

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UNITED KINGDOM

Amendments to the Self-Isolation Requirement for Certain Arrivals

Starting 10 July 2020, travelers arriving at all ports of entry and staying in England and coming from a country on the travel corridors exemption list will be exempt from the self-isolation requirement, provided that they have not visited or stopped in a country that is not on the travel corridors list within 14 days prior to entering the UK. As of 3 July 2020, the approved travel corridor list includes the following countries and territories (the list is updated on an ongoing basis):

AndorraGermanyNew Zealand
Antigua and BarbudaGreeceNorway
ArubaGreenlandPoland
AustraliaGrenadaRéunion
AustriaGuadeloupeSan Marino
BahamasHong KongSerbia
BarbadosHungarySeychelles
BelgiumIcelandSouth Korea
Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and SabaItalySpain
CroatiaJamaicaSt Barthélemy
CuraçaoJapanSt Kitts and Nevis
CyprusLiechtensteinSt Lucia
Czech RepublicLithuaniaSt Pierre and Miquelon
DenmarkLuxembourgSwitzerland
DominicaMacauTaiwan
Faroe IslandsMaltaTrinidad and Tobago
FijiMauritiusTurkey
FinlandMonacoVatican City
FranceNetherlandsVietnam
French PolynesiaNew Caledonia 

Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man are exempt as they are part of the common travel area. Similarly exempt are the 14 British Overseas Territories.

Furthermore, the travel corridor exemptions do not apply to arrivals in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. For additional information on this topic, please contact our EMEA immigration team at [email protected]

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