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The Government continue to update the ‘Traffic Light’ system to help protect citizens in the UK from the spread of Covid-19.

From the 19th July, fully vaccinated UK residents will no longer need to self-isolate upon their return to England from an Amber List destination however, a pre-departure test at least 72 hours before arrival into England and a Day 2 PCR tests will still be required.

All children aged 17yrs and under will also not be required to self-isolate on return. Testing requirements for children vary between ages; ages 5yrs – 10yrs will only need to do a Day 2 PCR test while ages 11yrs - 18yrs will need to take both a pre-departure test and a Day 2 PCR test. Children aged 4yrs and under remain exempt from any testing and isolation requirements.


You may find this handy table helpful to understand the new requirements set in the Traffic Light System


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