From 1 July, visitors from the Common Travel Area (UK, Jersey, the Isle of Man or the Republic of Ireland) who have had both their COVID-19 vaccinations, with the second being at least 14 days prior to travel, can come into the Islands of Guernsey, with no testing or isolation on arrival.
In response to the rising cases of the Delta variant, those not yet fully vaccinated will continue to follow the existing category requirements. These are based on the rate of prevalence in the country or region from which they are travelling. The travel rules will be reviewed every two weeks from 1 July.
For those visitors who are fully vaccinated, they will need to bring proof of vaccine, which will depend where they are travelling from. Read all the information you need.
Sadly some restrictions must remain in place for the time being for those who are unvaccinated, and those travelling with children between the ages of 12 and 17-years-old.
We have produced a handy guide to help you navigate through our most recent travel changes, so please take a look before booking.
All visitors will still be asked to provide details of their travel history in the 14 days prior to visiting Guernsey through the Islands’ Travel Tracker
For the avoidance of doubt, Day 1 is the day you have your second dose, you can travel on Day 14.
Like many other destinations at this time, we are forever mindful of changes that are happening beyond our shores.
We have waited a long time to say see you soon, but we finally can. In under an hour you could feel free in the Islands of Guernsey.
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