London news Travel rules for Channel Islands and why they aren't on 'green list' Uk news
PremierLeague-News.Com - Essentially, but the islands have their own restrictions
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! You might have noticed that the Channel Islands - Jersey and Guernsey - aren't on the government's green, amber, or red lists for travel. Instead, the Channel Islands have their own travel restrictions as part of the Common Travel Area which also includes the rest of the UK, the Isle of Man and Ireland. Within the Common Travel Area (CTA), you do not need to take a Covid test or quarantine on arrival in England, unless you have been outside the CTA in the last 10 days. So, the Channel Islands are essentially on the 'green list', but on arrival in Jersey or Guernsey, you could be required to test and/or isolate. The Channel Islands, which lie just off the coast of France, make a great staycation option with beautiful secluded beaches, spectacular cliff walks, incredible food, delightful villages, and a vibrant history and culture. Here's what you need to know about the coronavirus restrictions that apply there.
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. Travellers from green countries will have to take PCR tests on day 0, 5, and 10 and self-isolate on arrival until the first test result comes back negative. Results are currently expected to be returned in 24 hours. If you are coming from an amber country, you will have to take PCR tests on day 0, 5 and 10 and will have to self-isolate until the test on day 5 comes back negative. If you arrive in Jersey from a red country, again you will have to test on day 0, 5, and 10, but you will have to self-isolate until day 10 comes back negative.
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