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0:00 Where Unvaccinated UK Holidaymakers Can Travel In The EU
1:27 Where Unvaccinated UK Holidaymakers Can Travel In The EU
Proof of vaccination status against Covid-19 has become a standard entry requirement for most countries across the world as part of ongoing restrictions.
Many destinations are only allowing travellers who are double jabbed against coronavirus to enter and it is expected that a booster dose could become a requirement in the future…
Croatia offers a number of options.
Unvaccinated UK visitors present any of the following:
* Negative PCR test 72 hours before prior to departure
* Negative antigen test 24 hours before arrival
The UK is currently in the Cyprus’ Red category, meaning restrictions are a bit heavier than in other countries. However, people who are unvaccinated can still visit.
Unvaccinated travellers can enter the Greece providing they can:
* Show proof of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours before arrival
To enter Ireland, unvaccinated visitors will need to present any of the following:
* Proof of a negative PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before entry
The UK is on Italy’s D list, which means that passengers aged six years and older have to show a negative PCR test taken 48 hours prior to entry,or a negative antigen test 24 hours prior to entry.
Unvaccinated visitors must provide a negative PCR test taken 72 hours before landing..
Visitors to Slovenia must provide either a PCR test no older than 48 hours, an antigen test no older than 24 hours,or a positive PCR test that is older than ten days but not older than six months.
6:45 Entry Requirments for the Unvaccinated to the UK
From 11 February, there’s one fewer test for unvaccinated or partly vaccinated travellers entering the UK.
Unvaccinated people have to take a lateral flow or PCR test within the two days prior to travel to the UK and take a PCR test upon arrival to the UK within the first two days upon the arrival.
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