Jersey announces removal of all inbound travel restrictions

Tuesday, 01 Feb, 2022 0

PCR testing, isolation, and pre-departure travel forms for arriving passengers is.to be scrapped for all arriving passengers to Jersey from 7 February

The Government of Jersey announced that all current requirements under Jersey’s Safer Travel policy will be suspended, with a return to unrestricted, pre-pandemic inbound travel arrangements.

From Monday 7 February all visitors will no longer need to take a PCR test or isolate on arrival and will no longer need to complete a pre-departure travel form.

The removal of travel restrictions makes it one of the most easily accessible destinations, says Visit Jersey.

There are over 20 UK departure points, by air and ferry in less than an hour to Jersey from across the UK.



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