Covid-19 travel guidance:
Developments in the corona virus pandemic remain uncertain around the world. No travel is risk-free. If you are planning travel abroad in the weeks and months ahead, even if you are returning to a place you’ve visited before, follow this checklist:
Before you travel:
Follow the current guidance in the place where you live and Keep up-to-date with the latest developments for your destination before your trip. Find out about any entry restrictions, screening or quarantine requirements on arrival that might affect you this link will help you Travel Advice and read the safer air travel guidance on sensible precautions and steps to take during travel. Consider your own circumstances and health, and remember you will need to wear a face covering on flights.
Check with your accommodation provider for information about availability and the safety measures they have put in place and read the advice of local authorities and follow all local health measures in place during your journey and in your destination, these may change before you arrive or during your stay.
Get travel insurance, and make sure you are content with the level of cover it provides. If you already have travel insurance check it is valid and provides appropriate cover.
Check your cancellation rights. Speak to your tour operator, transport and accommodation providers if you have any questions.
When you’re abroad
Be prepared to comply with measures at your destination to manage a localized outbreak. If you test positive for corona virus you are likely to need to get treatment locally and stay there until you have recovered. If you are required to quarantine or self-isolate by local authorities, you should expect to do so in the country. You may need to stay longer. Plan ahead for any delays to your return home and the financial implications or practical arrangements you may need to make. continue to follow any updates to our travel advice for your destination.
When you return back:
You will need to follow the rules for entering your country of your next destination. You must show all applied proofs this will let you able to entry to your home country or your next destination.
You may have to self-isolate for the first 14 days you’re in your country or next destination.