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Country and region risk assessment

Countries with regional risk assessments

The following countries are assessed at a regional level when travelling to Jersey.

Country Region and website for lookup
England Lower Tier Local Authority (postcode search on
ScotlandCouncil Area (area look up on
WalesLocal Authority (postcode search on
Northern IrelandLocal Government District (area look up on
Republic of IrelandCounty (EireCode Finder)
Department (Map of Departments)

For countries which are regionally assessed, passengers must identify every region in which they have stayed overnight in the 14 days prior to arrival in Jersey on their travel form.

Country and region categorisations are reviewed and updated regularly. Testing and isolation requirements may be different on arrival in Jersey than at point of booking or outward travel from Jersey.

Call the helpline if you're not sure which region applies to you.

Search for a country or region

Daily case data resources

Regional daily case data is gathered directly from the public health authorities for the devolved nations of the UK, Ireland, France, Italy and Germany. 

Data for Madeira and for the individual Canary Islands is gathered directly from the Islands' government coronavirus dashboards. 

Data for the group of Balearic Islands is gathered from the Spanish public health authority. Data for all countries and territories is provided by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control.

​Data source
Public Health Wales
​Northern Ireland
​Republic of Ireland
​Italy health data on github
​Germany health data
​Other countries
European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control

How we calculate risk assessments

This daily case data is then used to calculate a 14 day case notification rate per 100,000 population for the most recent 14 day period for which data is available. Areas are then categorised as:

  • Green if the rate is below 50 per 100,000
  • Amber if the rate is between 50 per 100,000 and 120 per 100,000
  • Red if the rate is over 120 per 100,000

The 14 day case notification rate is calculated by summing the number of daily cases in an area in the past 14 days and dividing this number by the total population that live in that area. This is then multiplied by 100,000 to allow comparisons between areas of different sizes. 14 day rates are not comparable to 7 day rates.   

Data will be reviewed and categorised weekly until further notice

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