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The UK Lifts All Covid-19 Travel Restrictions!

Pirates, we've got fantastic news! The United Kingdom has been rolling back its Covid-19 protocols for a time now and recently announced its plans to end all travel restrictions for both vaccinated and unvaccinated tourists. This past Friday (March 18th,) they officially lifted all the remaining entry protocols for travelers.

Read on to learn more!

Published by
Eduardo Vega·9/19/2023

The United Kingdom has been among the forerunners in the easing of Covid-19 related regulations, and on Friday, March 18th, the UK lifted all its remaining travel restrictions, making it easier for tourists to enter the country.

Up until recently, unvaccinated travelers needed to present a negative Covid-19 test before their flight's departure, and anyone entering the country needed to fill out a passenger locator form.

Heathrow Airport in London also recently announced the end of their mask mandates.

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