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Quarantine rules for travellers arriving in the UK

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England is lifting quarantine restrictions for people arriving from certain countries, including Germany, but the other parts of the UK haven't. Anyone have any idea where this leaves someone flying from Germany via London to a destination in Wales/Scotland/Northern Ireland? Do they have to quarantine? Can't find info anywhere.

It seems that you still do have to complete a form and have it ready for border control.



Before your arrival in the UK, you must complete a passenger locator form. You must present these details on your arrival in England. This applies to both visitors and UK residents. (source)


England to stop quarantine for 'low risk' nations - but restrictions remain in Scotland



Devolved administrations have failed to reach agreement with the UK Government on a plan to restart international travel, meaning an announcement on the lifting of 14 day quarantine for international arrivals applies to England only.


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