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UK arrivals - pre-departure, quarantine and post-arrival [currently no requirements]

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https://www.gov.uk/guidance/travel-t...virus-covid-19


18 March travel to the UK changes

If you will arrive in the UK from abroad after 4am, Friday 18 March, you do not need to:
  • take any COVID-19 tests before you travel or after you arrive
  • fill in a UK passenger locator form before you travel

This will apply whether you are vaccinated or not.

You also will not need to quarantine when you arrive, in line with current rules.
Other countries still have COVID-19 entry rules in place. You should check travel advice before you travel.
If you will arrive in England before 4am, 18 March, you must follow the current rules as set out in this guidance.

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The following historical information is retained for the time being.

The Passenger Locator Form for passengers arriving into the UK can be found here:
https://visas-immigration.service.go...r-locator-form
This can only be completed once you are within 48 hours of arrival in the UK.

Exemption list from quarantine requirements - specific details:
https://www.gov.uk/government/public...k-border-rules

England
Statutory instrument for individual passengers arriving in to England: https://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2021/582/contents (this html version is updated, but may not have the very latest updates for Statutory Instruments released in the last few days)

Test to release for England only from 15 December, see post 4776 https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/32841066-post4776.html

Statutory instrument for transport providers http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2.../contents/made

Scotland
Statutory instrument for individual passengers arriving in to Scotland: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ssi/2020/169/contents (this html version is updated)

Wales
Statutory instrument for individual passengers arriving in to Wales: https://www.legislation.gov.uk/wsi/2020/574/contents (this html version is updated) &
Welsh language version: https://www.legislation.gov.uk/wsi/2...0200574_we.pdf

Northern Ireland
Statutory instrument https://www.legislation.gov.uk/nisr/2021/99/contents (this html version is updated)


PRACTICAL GUIDANCE FOR QUICK RELEASE FROM SELF-ISOLATION (based on November 28th updates)
[This section has been moved lower down in the wiki post following the change in self-isolation rule on 7th January 2022[

Any PCR test noted as a UK Government Day 2 test will be accepted for release from self isolation as soon as you get the negative result. If it is any other PCR test (eg "Fit to Fly") and not advertised specifically as a Day 2 test then it won't be valid.

This means that you can:[list]
  • Book a suitable Day 2 PCR test before you travel and use the booking reference for the test on the PLF (Passenger Locator Form).
    • On your day of arrival go to your scheduled test.
      • Proceed to you place of self-isolation and await the result, which will hopefully be same / next day.

        Alternatively:
        • Book any Day 2 PCR test before you travel even if you do not intend to use this test, and use the booking reference for the test on the PLF to ensure entry to the UK.
          • Note that you are not strictly required to have a PCR booking before arrival, but your carrier might not know that so you run the risk of being denied boarding
          • On your day of arrival (or before end of Day 2) go to a walk-in test centre and take a different test to the one you booked.
            • Proceed to you place of self-isolation and await the result, which will hopefully be same / next day.

        If you are leaving the UK before the end of day 2 then you do not need to take a test, but are required to self-isolate for the duration of your trip (since you do not have a negative result). Also, if you are self-isolating while waiting for a result (and hence have not been informed of a positive result and need to isolate) you may travel to leave the country.

        If you take a test and it is positive for any variant of COVID you will be required to isolate for 10 days from the date of the test.

        Whether you take a test or not you may be contacted by the UK Test and Trace system at any time if it becomes apparent that you have been in contact with another case. This is very unlikely to happen before day 3 if it is in relation to your flight to UK. Depending on the suspected / identified variant for that case and if you are fully-vaccinated by an accepted programme (see below for links to what this means and valid exemptions) :
        • Omnicron or not fully-vaccinated: You will be required to isolated for 10 days, including a bar on travel to leave the country. A negative Day 2 test does not release you from this requirement.
          • Other and fully vaccinated : You will not be required to isolate.

Test Providers for Day 2/8 tests & Day 5 Test to release
This section is for FTers to post their experience with specific providers (good or bad). Keep it brief and to the point. Please mention how the service is provided and your FT name.

DNA Workplace - Postal - Test kits arrived with me on time. Royal Mail slow for return. 5+ days for Day 2 result. #DaveS
DNA Workplace - Postal - Test kits both arrived on time, video of tests required, results by late evening Day 3 and Day 9. #TSE
ExpressTest Gatwick - Drive through - Tested early at 1000 a few times for TTR. Results came through in evening. #DaveS
NowTest - Postal - Day 2 kit arrived on time, day 8 did not. Will update with result arrival times when applicable. #wilsnunn
Collinson - Postal - Day 5 Test to Release kit arrived in time. Results and release by end of day 6. #tjcxx
CTM - Postal - Days 2/8 kits arrived together in time. Both sent results 2 days after posting. #tjcxx
Qured (Oncologica) - Postal -Day 2/8 kits arrived late. Results 3+ days from posting. #Gagravarr
Qured (Oncologica) - Postal - Day 2/8 kits arrived on time. Day 2 result on Day 5 and Day 8 result on Day 10 - happy customer! #EddLegll
Qured (Ocnologica) - Postal - Day 2/8 kits arrived on time. Day 2 result on Day 5 (after bedtime; ironically after my TTR result). #KSVVZ2015
Anglia DNA - Postal - Day 2/8 kits arrived early. (Both were labelled Day2). Results on Day 4 and Day 9. Cheapest on the list at the time, and good service/result. #tjcxx
Qured - Pre-flight test booked and bought through BA. Very efficient service. Highly recommended. #lhrsfo
Randox - Days 2 and 8. Booked two days before return, using BA discount. Kits already arrived on return. Slightly confusing instructions but manageable. Used Randox dropbox and results next day. Good. #lhrsfo
Randox - Day 2 (also used as pre departure test for a London to Milan flight). Used a drop box and results arrived at midnight the next day. #11101
Randox - Day 2 test centre - 2h30 queues outside the test centre in Waterloo. Results of antigen arrived 45 minutes later. #11101
Collinson - Test to Release at LHR T2. Good trip out! Very efficient service and well organised. Used BA discount. Results by end of day. Excellent. #lhrsfo
DAM - Test to Release in Fulham (they have many locations) - the cheapest fast turnaround TTR we have found. They promise 24 hours but in reality me, my wife, and my son (on different days) have received results inside of 12 hours. Very efficient staff as well. Princes outside of Central London as low as 99 GBP. Fulham is 129 GBP. #KSVVZ2015
Boots/Source Bioscience - days 2&8. Both packs sent in the same mail, waiting at the isolation address. Dropped off at postbox at 4pm, result back next day between 4 and 5 pm, very effective. Bought from Boots, 160, but same package sold directly bu Source Bioscience is just 120. Aaargh! Instructions said nasal and throat swabs, did only nasal and marked accordingly, no issues. #WilcoRoger
Collinsons/Stansted walkin TTR - test taken 1:30 pm, email with results 10:10 pm same day If the BA20OFF doesn't work (didn't work for us) there's another discount on the airport's site #WilcoRoger
Ordered Day-2 kit from Chronomics a week before our return for 18.99. Duly dispatched day we were returning to UK, so arrived on day following return. Reasonably simple process to do test and upload -ve result picture. Not sure where +ve result would have led to... #EsherFlyer
Hale Clinic testing centre (near Oxford Circus) - While not the least expensive, appoint schedules are accurate and results returned in promised timeframe. I've used the clinic for Day 2 tests (twice) and antigen test for US (once). I would def utilize again. #ecaarch
Halo at T5 (Sofitel) - Day 2 PCR spit test. Took the test 7pm, results arrived 7am the next day. No queues but a slightly awkward process to follow.

Useful data sources:

New cases per 100k - 7 days: https://covid19.who.int/table
New tests per 1000 - 7 days: https://ourworldindata.org/coronavirus-testing
Vaccination doses per 100: https://ourworldindata.org/covid-vaccinations
Sequenced samples uploaded to GISAID: https://www.gisaid.org/index.php?id=208
NHS Track & Trace data (positivity rates for arriving passengers are published every three weeks, so if you can't find the data in the current release it will be in one of the previous two) https://www.gov.uk/government/collec...weekly-reports https://assets.publishing.service.go...ut_week_50.ods
UK daily COVID data https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/?_ga...827.1594116739
Risk assessment methodology to inform international travel traffic light system
Data informing international travel traffic-light risk assessments


Testing Terminology
Notes which may assist with understanding which tests to use and with "reuse" of UK tests for other countries regulations:
  • LFT: Lateral Flow Test - A rapid antigen test using nasal / throat swab typically performed by the traveler at home, hotel, etc using simple disposable device. Usually tests the "outer shell" of the nucleus (which causes the symptoms and is reasonably stable across variants) and not the "spikes" (which allow new variants to invade more easily), so gives a positive result for many variants. (See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COVID-...d_antigen_test)
  • PCR: Polymerase Chain Reaction - A laboratory based test which looks at the nucleus of the virus to determine which specific variant it is. After a positive LFT test ("I have some form of COVID") a PCR test ("You have the Gamma variant") allows identification and tracking of new variants to see if they are likely to become a "variant of concern". (See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polymerase_chain_reaction)
  • NAAT: Nucleic Acid Amplification Test - A general class of laboratory based tests which includes PCR, LAMP, etc tests. (See https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019...b/naats.html)
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Old Apr 27, 21, 10:04 am
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There have been some other changes that have sneaked in (that I had not noticed anyway):

If you are staying in a managed quarantine facility and test positive on either day 2 or day 8, you will need to quarantine for a further 10 days from the day after you took the test, but you will not be charged for extending your stay.
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Old Apr 27, 21, 10:29 am
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Originally Posted by SailorTomSparrow View Post
Hi guys, look like there is now more solid detail that you are exempt from red list hotel quarantine if in landside transit, and also exempt from day 2 and 8 tests if staying under 2 days.



Transiting through the UK

Before travel to the UK

If you will be transiting through the UK, you need to do the following before you travel to the UK:If you will be transiting landside through the UK, you need to do the following when you complete your passenger locator form.
  • select ‘Stay in the UK’ under the Your travel plans section
  • reply ‘No’ to any questions about whether you are required to complete COVID-19 tests on arrival
  • reply ‘No’ to the question ‘Have you visited a Red List country within the past 10 days and/or are required by law to quarantine in a government approved facility?’

When you transit through the UK

You do not need to quarantine or take a COVID-19 test on arrival or on day 2 and day 8.

This applies if you are transiting ‘airside’ or ‘landside’.

There are different rules for Scotland.

If you are transiting landside (entering the UK from outside the Common Travel Area), you must be entering the UK for the sole purposes of continuing a journey to a country outside of the Common Travel Area. You must either:
  • remain within your port of entry until your departure from England, or
  • travel directly from your port of entry to another port of departure in England
If you are staying overnight, you must self-isolate at a fixed address until you are able to depart.

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavi...through-the-uk
Seems to open a loop hole for red list travelers to come in and show an onward ticket that requires landside or even overnight connection and then just cancel their ticket and get on with life without any of the phone calls (admittedly ineffective by my own experience) or post-arrival testing?
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Old Apr 27, 21, 10:33 am
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Originally Posted by KSVVZ2015 View Post
Seems to open a loop hole for red list travelers to come in and show an onward ticket that requires landside or even overnight connection and then just cancel their ticket and get on with life without any of the phone calls (admittedly ineffective by my own experience) or post-arrival testing?
I thought this was already used as a loophole by people to avoid the day 2 and 8 package? Only risk they run is API data but not sure if the NHS has access to that.

Stupidity of having the tests so expensive, is a Ryanair flight is cheaper. Could just book that then not turn up to it. Saved 100 plus.

Its good to have the confirmation though that if you have been in red list country past 10 days you can still do a landside transit. I very well could be in such a situation in few weeks if Bahrain is red listed. Bahrain to LHR on BA, then looking to do a flight to Malta from Gatwick or Stansted, or a flight back to the US from Heathrow. Reassuring to know it would not be a problem.

TBF if one is duty bound to pay 1,750 to quarantine in a hotel, why would they not just fly off to green list country (assuming they let you in, which if vaccinated opens Malta and Cyprus) and spend the 10 days there. Cheaper and much more enjoyable.

Always amazes me stories of people being quarantined in hotels in Scotland. Why did they not do their homework beforehand and fly in via England? Story of a poor kid from Finland being holed up at Hilton at EDI, why on earth did his parents not do more research?

Originally Posted by DaveS View Post
There have been some other changes that have sneaked in (that I had not noticed anyway):
This is good to see. Was very harsh charging people extra 150 per night when it was no fault of their own and may even have caught covid cause of forced hotel. It is going in right direction. Next changes I hope are the 210 test offered by the NHS to come down significantly in price.
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Old Apr 27, 21, 10:38 am
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I would suggest that if you have access to a printer, take printouts. A lot of people seemed to be scrabbling about on their phones and it looked far more complicated than just having some papers in your hand.
As an older person who only owns a stupid-phone, all our travels have involved carrying a slim folder of essential paper documents. Easy access, and no battery problem either!

I abhor societys fixation with doing everything by smart-phone. Here, wef end-June, I cant even manage my Companys annual Registration and Returns without using one!! Paper and web-forms are no longer accepted! And this is progress? [/rant]
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Old Apr 27, 21, 10:43 am
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Also 26 April has come and gone now, so now apparently red list arrivals can book private testing packages. Any details at all on how this is supposed to work?

I read on here I think that government was hiring a company to do something like 10,000 home visits to quarantining. I hope soon hotels are stopped and more enforced home isolation is used instead. Probably cheaper for government too than paying 50 a night for loads of empty hotel rooms. I think mandatory app (like Bahrain has) and then at least 1 home visit should be enough to keep compliance whilst being able to get rid of the hotel scheme.

Edit - Also Bristol Airport has been added as an approved red list arrival airport but still no Manchester?

Originally Posted by T8191 View Post
As an older person who only owns a stupid-phone, all our travels have involved carrying a slim folder of essential paper documents. Easy access, and no battery problem either!

I abhor society’s fixation with doing everything by smart-phone. Here, wef end-June, I can’t even manage my Company’s annual Registration and Returns without using one!! Paper and web-forms are no longer accepted! And this is ‘progress’? [/rant]
I agree. I have a Huawei P10 lite phone which does not do QR code scanning so past year has been a nightmare for me. I cannot scan NHS app or see menus in restaurants now in US as everything is via QR code, have to ask for paper menu every time. I should upgrade my phone but cannot be bothered. In Mexico recently at every airport you have to scan a QR code, eventually they gave me a piece of paper to fill out instead then never collected it, got through security with it and ended up using same bit of paper for all my flights there. Bit of a waste of time if they do not collect it.
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Old Apr 27, 21, 1:53 pm
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I am trying to understand all the rules. I am currently in Belgium and will start a new job in the UK (I already work in the UK but I was abroad and stayed in Belgium with family longer than expected as I could work remotely so it was easier to stay here). I understand I need to take a test in Belgium, no problem, enough test centres around here.
When arriving in the UK, I will go straight to my new place (apartment). I will take Eurostar to London and then onwards with the Avanti West Coast to Milton Keynes.
I am a bit confused about the testing on d2 and d8: How can I book those in advance if the test centre near my new place is a walk-in centre where you don't need to make a reservation? And what do I meed to do with the results? Who controls those?
On shopping: Obviously in my new place, I will need groceries and some other household stuff if I am going to be locked up for 10 days. I don't have any relatives or friends there so I will need to go out. Is that a problem? How stringent will they control that I am staying at home? I do not want to avoid the rules, I simply don't want to die of hunger or spend a fortune on takeout.
Then the 10-day ending: "If you’ve quarantined for 10 full days (where day 0 is the day you took the test or had symptoms) and received a negative result to both your day-2 and day-8 tests, and you are well, you may leave the place where you’re quarantining."
So what is the d0 in my case: the day I took the test in Belgium, the day I enter the UK, or the day of my first test on day 2?
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Old Apr 27, 21, 2:01 pm
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I am trying to understand all the rules. I am currently in Belgium and will start a new job in the UK (I already work in the UK but I was abroad and stayed in Belgium with family longer than expected as I could work remotely so it was easier to stay here). I understand I need to take a test in Belgium, no problem, enough test centres around here.
When arriving in the UK, I will go straight to my new place (apartment). I will take Eurostar to London and then onwards with the Avanti West Coast to Milton Keynes.
I am a bit confused about the testing on d2 and d8: How can I book those in advance if the test centre near my new place is a walk-in centre where you don't need to make a reservation? And what do I meed to do with the results? Who controls those?
On shopping: Obviously in my new place, I will need groceries and some other household stuff if I am going to be locked up for 10 days. I don't have any relatives or friends there so I will need to go out. Is that a problem? How stringent will they control that I am staying at home? I do not want to avoid the rules, I simply don't want to die of hunger or spend a fortune on takeout.
Then the 10-day ending: "If youve quarantined for 10 full days (where day 0 is the day you took the test or had symptoms) and received a negative result to both your day-2 and day-8 tests, and you are well, you may leave the place where youre quarantining."
So what is the d0 in my case: the day I took the test in Belgium, the day I enter the UK, or the day of my first test on day 2?
Welcome to FT EUcitizen!

So for the day 2&8 test packages these come through the mail and are not the walk in centre tests. You can book the government provided one here https://quarantinehotelbookings.ctmportal.co.uk/ and there are now private companies which are allowed to offer them listed here https://www.gov.uk/guidance/provider...ional-arrivals

Once you take the test you mail the test back - you are allowed to break the self isolation to go to the post box. Some of the private test providers offer tests on arrival for the day 2 one so you can take it when you arrive in the UK which may be easier.

Ideally you are supposed to get any groceries delivered, but if you can't do that you are allowed to go out for food supplies.

Your 10 days starts the first full day after you arrive, so arrival day itself is effectively day 0, then you must continue to self isolate to the end of the day on day 10.
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Old Apr 27, 21, 2:12 pm
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Jeez, that is expensive. At least 159 for this stuff. Sounds like a ripoff. Why do I have to pay those tests if I can literally do them nextdoor. Funnily enough, one of the providers (Assured Screening) is located in Barnard Castle. I wonder if they do eye tests as well.
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Old Apr 27, 21, 2:42 pm
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Jeez, that is expensive. At least 159 for this stuff. Sounds like a ripoff. Why do I have to pay those tests if I can literally do them nextdoor. Funnily enough, one of the providers (Assured Screening) is located in Barnard Castle. I wonder if they do eye tests as well.
A couple of things to add. There is an approved list of providers on the government web site:

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/provider...ional-arrivals

You can only use a test provider from that list for day 2/8. If your walk in centre is there, then you could use them but you have to pay for the tests before you arrive. You have to put the reference number on your Passenger Locator Form. Now you are not automatically free at the end of day 10. You have to have received the negative test result from the day 8 test before you are free. That can be a problem with postal tests, especially if it includes a Sunday or a public holiday. There are other testing options like drive through at the airport and it would be permitted to drive to one of those if you had a car. You can also use a day 5 test to release at additional cost. If you want to do that, you have to book it before arrival and again put it on the PLF.
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Old Apr 27, 21, 3:11 pm
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Ideally you are supposed to get any groceries delivered, but if you can't do that you are allowed to go out for food supplies.
In addition the Royal Voluntary Servuce will use its vast army of volunteers to collect and delivery food for those self isolating. This is usually accessed via your local authority - who would normally have a COVID-19 webpage.
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Now Day 6. Left the UK Day 5 but completed my day 2 test (on day 3 because it arrived late). In spite of that am still waiting for the official results of the Day 2 test!!! And why have to pay for a system when I can't even get the results? Am going to try to get my money back, not because I received the tests late, but because now home, on day 6 going on 7 still no results. Thanks goodness I didn't rely on that but on a separate test (and expense) for my flight home! Yet on my daily calls after day 2 the questions became fixated on whether I had received my results. Sorry to rant but the system is an expensive farce.
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Old Apr 27, 21, 4:48 pm
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Now Day 6. Left the UK Day 5 but completed my day 2 test (on day 3 because it arrived late). In spite of that am still waiting for the official results of the Day 2 test!!! And why have to pay for a system when I can't even get the results? Am going to try to get my money back, not because I received the tests late, but because now home, on day 6 going on 7 still no results. Thanks goodness I didn't rely on that but on a separate test (and expense) for my flight home! Yet on my daily calls after day 2 the questions became fixated on whether I had received my results. Sorry to rant but the system is an expensive farce.
You're not alone. On my trip to the UK in March (I'm back in Los Angeles since), I did Day 2 test on the 10th of March and got the result back on the 31st of March.

The testing programme needs to stop unless the UK government can publish weekly what percentage of the Day 2 & Day 8 tests come back positive. I suspect not a lot hence the lack of transparency.

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Old Apr 27, 21, 9:52 pm
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So what is the latest time you would need to depart on day 2?
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Old Apr 27, 21, 11:34 pm
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So what is the latest time you would need to depart on day 2?
I don't think it is clearly stated, but the assumption is 23:59.
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Old Apr 28, 21, 2:54 am
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Checking question if I may. If I fly EBB-BRU-MAN on SN can I check that today, that counts as not a red list as i'm coming from EBB? Even though the plane itself started in KGL: KGL-EBB-BRU (and then connection to MAN).
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