The UK Will Remove All Covid Testing Requirements For All International Travelers

The UK Will Remove All Covid Testing Requirements For All International Travelers

In a big step towards normalcy, the UK government is removing the requirements for COVID-19 testing. The UK plans to lift all COVID travel restrictions from March 18, allowing all travelers to enter without a negative coronavirus test or passenger tracking form. This means travelers arriving in the UK will no longer need negative COVID test reports when vaccinated. Meanwhile, London Heathrow Airport has revised Covid-19 guidelines for international arrivals. Under the latest travel rules published on January 11, fully vaccinated international travelers arriving at the airport do not have to take any Covid-19 tests. These new rules will also benefit fully vaccinated Indians.

Travel from the UAE to the UK is expected to soar during Eid Al Fitr

Travel from UAE to UK should soar during Eid Al Fitr holidays with relaxation. Aside from tourists, British expats, who have been hit by various travel restrictions, are hoping to return home without much trouble this year. Also, no traveler will need to self-isolate on arrival in the UK now, unless they test positive for COVID-19.

Fly direct from Chandigarh to London

Chandigarh International Airport will commence direct flight services to London. This decision was made after observing the growing demand from people who wanted to travel from Punjab to the UK. Direct flights from Chandigarh are likely to arrive at London Heathrow Airport or Birmingham Airport. Although the proposal has been made, the completion of the project is scheduled for October.

The relaxation of travel restrictions came after the successful vaccination in the UK

The UK government statement reads: “All testing measures for fully vaccinated eligible travelers arriving in the UK will be lifted from 4am on 11 February as the government takes another step to reopen the travel industry. do you travel”. The UK government has reportedly made the decision to ease travel restrictions in the country following the successful COVID-19 vaccination and booster dose launch.

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