Coronavirus Covid-19 Update

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.

From 17th August, 2020, Guernsey and Sark will move into Phase 5b of the Covid-19 Exit Strategy. Please note, Alderney will not enter Phase 5b until the beginning of September 2020.

Phase 5b sees the reintroduction of Group A, B & C countries.

Anyone travelling from a Group A country within the previous 14 days must enter compulsory self-isolation for 14 days.

Anyone travelling from a Group B country can:

Passive follow-up means a person:

Anyone travelling from a Group C country is not required to undertake any self-isolation or testing. These countries relate to those with agreed air bridges with the Bailiwick.

The countries included in Group A, B & C countries can be found here.

We ask our visitors for your continued patience and we will provide further updates as and when they are announced.

For further information, please go to

Group C countries:


A Business Tunnel between Jersey and the Bailiwick of Guernsey has been agreed, with Blue Islands operating flights. Initially, travel in a Business Tunnel is strictly limited to same day return travel only and is allowable for the purposes of business without the need for quarantine. An application must be made at least 7 days prior to travel. Further restrictions also apply. Please see full details here.

Any persons travelling from Jersey, outside of the Business Tunnel, are still required, by law, to self-isolate for 14 days as outlined further above.

Isle of Man

An air bridge has been formed between the two islands, Guernsey's airline, is offering flights in July, August & September.
Visitors from Isle of Man can find out more about booking a trip to the Islands of Guernsey here. Please note, wearing of face masks during the flight is required.

Updated 5th August 2020