We are proud to be the first place in the British Isles declared Coronavirus free. This success has been driven by strong and decisive leadership by our Government, supported by extraordinary community spirit.
While we currently have no active cases, we continue to exit from lock down. Therefore, travel restrictions do still remain in place. Anyone entering the Bailiwick of Guernsey is required, by law, to self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival into a Guernsey or Alderney port.
A pilot is taking place during the week commencing 5th July. Arriving passengers will be subject to at least 1 week of full mandatory isolation followed by a Covid -19 test, and only then, if the test proves negative, there will be a slightly relaxed regime for a second week under ”passive surveillance”. The study will provide evidence that could support a move away from a mandatory two weeks isolation for anyone arriving in Guernsey.
We ask our visitors for your continued patience as we will provide updates as and when they are announced.
For further information, please go to gov.gg/coronavirus
An air bridge has been formed between the two islands, Guernsey's airline, Aurigny.com is offering flights in July and August.
Visitors from Isle of Man can find out more about booking a trip to the Islands of Guernsey here.
Updated 2nd July 2020