From 28 May, the process for travelling to Jersey will be updated:
- England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Crown Dependencies will be classified as single regions
- Green arrivals will be tested on Day 0 and Day 8
- traffic light system for international travel will resume
- at the earliest opportunity, fully vaccinated passengers arriving from a Green or Amber area in the UK will have a Day 0 test but will not need to isolate
Green, Amber and Red classifications now apply for the UK and Crown Dependencies. Classifications will be updated each Thursday, effective the following Tuesday.
Map for regional classifications for UK and Crown Dependencies
The list of countries and regions gives a 21-day view of classifications that have been applied. This includes the previous 14 days to check your travel history and a forward look of 7 days.
Passengers must use the highest colour (Red, Amber, Green) where they have stayed overnight in the 14 days before arriving in Jersey for isolation and testing requirements.
What you need to do if you're travelling to Jersey
Guidance for day trippers
How we assess countries and regions