Coronavirus Travel Advice
Written by Big Hits Admin on 26 July 2020
You should carefully consider your holiday and travel options, in light of the continuing COVID-19 threat. A ‘staycation’ is one way of mitigating the risks – while also supporting the local economy. If you’re holidaying abroad, you may have to self-isolate for a period of 14 days on your return home – depending on which country you have visited.
If you plan to travel in the weeks and months ahead, keep up-to-date with the latest advice for the country you plan travelling to.
Remember to always follow the public health advice whether you’re abroad, having a staycation or staying at home. Wash your hands frequently and well, and keep practising social distancing. That’s the best way to keep yourself and your loved ones safe.
New rules for entering or returning to the UK are now in place:
Health protection coronavirus international travel regulations
The regulations mean that you must self-isolate for 14 days if you return to Northern Ireland from a country outside the Common Travel Area (CTA) unless you are travelling from, or transiting through, a low to medium risk country that is exempt.