@AlexInAir
Alex Macheras
5 months ago
Breaking: UK will require ALL passengers to take a pre-departure test (either PCR or antigen) *up to 48 hours* before travel to the UK. ✈️🚨 β€” this policy is applicable to all passengers, effective Tue 7 Dec, 4am London time.
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@AlexInAir
Alex Macheras
5 months ago
Effective Tue, the requirements for intl travel to UK πŸ‘‡πŸ½ 1) Complete passenger locator form/prebook β€œDay 2 test” 2) Take pre-departure PCR or antigen (up to 48 hours before travel) 3) On arrival to UK, all passengers must quarantine + take Day 2 test. Isolate until neg result.
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@AlexInAir
Alex Macheras
5 months ago
Important: When at check in for travel to UK (from abroad) you’ll once again be asked to provide your pre-departure *negative test result certificate* πŸ“„ (in addition to your vaccine certificate, if you declared yourself as fully-vaccinated, and your passenger locator form) πŸ“‘πŸ“‘
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@Jetset_JMB
James
5 months ago
@AlexInAir Does this replace the requirement to test on arrival?
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@dp040582
DP
5 months ago
@Jetset_JMB @AlexInAir Is it hell, they want us to do that as well.
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@dp040582
DP
5 months ago
@AlexInAir Slowly trying to ruin the travel industry again, bet they’ll be no more help though 😑
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@EdenGreg
Greg Eden 🌹
5 months ago
@dp040582 @AlexInAir Omicron virus is already in the UK but Government allowing people to go to packed pubs, Xmas parties without any testing but require pcr expensive testing only on flights. Popularist shambles of a Government
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@PizzaAtYuls
Sunil Shah
5 months ago
@AlexInAir You got your wish
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@fighting_gooner
Joga Bonito πŸ‡΅πŸ‡Έ
5 months ago
@AlexInAir Should have been the case a long time ago. Most countries do this don’t they?
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@Paulgriff41
Paul Griffiths
5 months ago
@fighting_gooner @AlexInAir It was the case a long time ago. Right through the summer actually. And no, most countries don’t do it.
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