Despite the announcement of “air bridges” between the UK and 59 countries, many of these destinations still have restrictions in place for British visitors.
Here are some of the current restrictions that UK citizens face when arriving at major tourism destinations:
Cyprus: no entry if you have been in the UK in the past 14 days
France: UK arrivals asked to self-isolate for 14 days
Greece: direct flights resume on July 15; travellers need to complete a Passenger Locator Form at least 48 hours before travel and may have to take a Covid-19 test and self-isolate
Malta: flights resume on July 15 with 14-day self-isolation required
Antigua and Barbuda: Covid test on arrival; visitors could be required to enter government-provided quarantine for seven to 14 days
Barbados: mandatory test on arrival with guests having to isolate in their accommodation for up to 48 hours until test results are provided
Jamaica: all arrivals must get authorisation to visit from Visit Jamaica website before flying; all travellers will be tested for Covid-19 on arrival.
Australia: Entry limited to Australian citizens and permanent residents or those with an exemption; all travellers undertake a mandatory 14-day quarantine
Japan: Arrivals who have been in the UK in past 14 days cannot enter Japan unless there are exceptional circumstances
New Zealand: Entry is currently closed to almost all arrivals
Vietnam: Minimum 14-day quarantine for all visitors