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Country and regional classifications for travelling to Jersey (Green, Amber, Red)

From Tuesday 29 June, England as a nation will be reclassified as Red due to rising COVID-19 case rates. Until this time, England remains Green with emergency brakes in place.


The Government of Jersey applies Green, Amber and Red classifications to jurisdictions based on an assessment of COVID-19 infection risk.

Travelling to Jersey

How we assess countries and regions

Check your 14 day travel history

Passengers must use the highest colour (Green, Amber, Red) where they have stayed overnight in the 14 days before arriving in Jersey for isolation and testing requirements.

The list of countries and regions gives a calendar view of classifications that have been applied. This includes the previous 14 days to check your travel history and a forward look.

Testing and isolation requirements may be different on arrival in Jersey than at point of booking or outward travel from Jersey.

Travelling from the UK and Red Emergency Brake classifications

If you're travelling from the UK, you need to search by your region to make sure you have the correct classification. Due to high infection rates or variants, individual regions may be classified with a Red Emergency Brake classification at short notice.

 We aim to publish the emergency brake data with at least 48 hours' notice before any changes. The Red classification will apply for a minimum of 14 days.

Fully vaccinated passengers

Fully vaccinated passengers may have reduced testing and isolation rules if they have been vaccinated in the UK, Republic of Ireland, Guernsey or Isle of Man.

More information about vaccination status when travelling

Children

Children under the age of 18 will be classed as Green arrivals, regardless of their parents' vaccination status or their 14-day travel history.

Aged 10 or underAged 11 or over

More information about travelling with children


Green status

PCR test on day of arrival (day 0) and day 8. Self-isolation until first negative test result. If fully vaccinated in the Common Travel Area, test on arrival and no isolation

Amber status

PCR test on day of arrival (day 0), day 5 and day 10. Self-isolation until day 5 negative test result. If fully vaccinated in the Common Travel Area, test on arrival and no isolation

Red status

PCR test on day of arrival (day 0), day 5 and day 10. Self-isolation until day 10 negative test result. If fully vaccinated in the Common Travel Area, PCR test on day of arrival (day 0), and day 8. Self-isolation until day 0 negative test result

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