[Effective August 2nd] England And Scotland Will No Longer Have A Quarantine Requirement For Fully Vaccinated Travelers From The US And EU!

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Update: The new rules have been officially announced and will go into effect on August 2nd, they include England, Scotland, and Wales! Travelers will still take a pre-departure test, and a PCR test on or before day two after arrival. Children under 18 years old do not need the vaccine and do not require quarantine. 

According to the BBC later today England will be announcing details on fully vaccinated travelers from the US or EU no longer needing to quarantine when coming into the country.

Until now travelers that were fully vaccinated inside the UK did not need to quarantine but that exception will now apply to US and EU vaccinated travelers as well.

Will you be adding England to your travel plans?

HT: Josh B.

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Also visitors from Israel don’t need to quarantine, but starting Aug. 1st, Israel is protecting us and won’t let us fly there


Do you have a link? My friend booked her ticket and is convinced she can get in after filling out the paperwork




Negative PCR required for vaccinated travelers?


was never really enforced anyway. i know plenty of people been flying there with no issues…


They were lucky. My parents neighbours flew into the UK and had the police knock on their door twice to check they were quarantining.

Mr. CC

How recently?


This past Shabbos they came to check up in Stamford Hill


A month ago

Chaim F



What about unvaccinated kids?

Leah Lesserson

when can my UK mummy come visit me in LA!!!????????

Gavin NewsomofaBeee

Right my mother in law wants to finally see her granddaughter


Hopefully UK (or those who stopover in UK) will be permitted to travel to USA too!

Chana Goldstein

This rule was actually in effect on July 19th. I just returned from Manchester. I needed to take a PCR test in USA before flying and also order a Day 2 test to arrive in UK. I then had to submit all my info on a Passenger locator form which I also printed out. Before returning to USA I only needed to take an antigen test not a PCR. It’s important to check exactly what you need before you fly especially if you have a stopover flight. Hatzlocho!


So can someone post link about this?


This will increase “friends and family” travel a bit, but it won’t do much for general leisure travel. Still way too much hassle.