Travel in your area, including international travel, may be restricted because of domestic regulations. Other countries may restrict movement, bring in new quarantine rules or even close borders depending on their current situation.

Travelling in the UK

In England, face coverings are no longer required by law.The government suggests that you continue to wear a face covering in crowded and enclosed spaces where you may come into contact with other people you do not normally meet - see the latest Governent Guidelines "Living safely with respiratory infections, including COVID-19" at GOV.UK.

Public transport operators are free to set their own requirements for wearing face coverings and you should check with the operator of the service you are using before travelling. For example face coverings must be worn for the full duration of all journeys on the TfL network (London Undergound, bus, tram, DLR, London Overground and TfL Rail networks; Dial-a-Ride services; the Emirates Air Line; and the Woolwich ferry), including inside stations and bus stations - see details here.

Advice and guidance for safe travel within the UK can be found at the following link:

Travelling Outside the UK

With the rapid spread of the Omnicron variant of COVID-19 acrosss the UK and Europe it is even more important that you check the rules and restrictions for leaving/returning to the UK and the entry requirements of the country that you are travelling to before planning a visit abroad.

Check what you need to do to travel internationally.

Always check for specific information on the website of your departure airport before travelling.

Travelling to the UK from another country

The original traffic light system of red, amber and green countries has been replaced with one 'red' list only.

The rules you must to follow when travelling to England depend on whether you’ve been in any countries on the government’s ‘red list’ in the last 10 days.

There are currently no red list restrictions in place for travel to England.

If you haven’t been to any countries on the red list then the rules you have to follow also depend on whether you’re fully As from 4am, Friday 18th March 2022 you do not need to take any COVID-19 tests or fill in a UK passenger locator form when arriving in England,

A full explantion of what you have to do when travelling to England from another country can be found at the following links:

Travelling for Business Outside the UK

Advice and guidance when travelling on businesss outside the UK is available at the following links:

Local Area Information

For advice and information pertaining to your local area go to your local council website.

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