Jersey relaxes rules for vaccinated visitors
Travellers fully vaccinated against Covid-19 arriving in Jersey will no longer need to isolate and only need to have one Covid test on arrival.
It is one of several rule changes coming in on 13 July. Unvaccinated travellers and children aged 11-17 will need to be tested on arrival and again on day eight. They will need to isolate until they receive their first negative test result.
Younger children are not required to test or isolate.
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