What are the quarantine rules for Amber List countries? Here’s what you need to know



Morocco

Cases per 100,000: 30.49

Population with second dose: 35.87%

All UK passengers must provide either proof of their full vaccination status – with the vaccine received fifteen days before travel – or a negative PCR test carried out at least 72 hours before arrival in Morocco.

A Public Health Passenger form must also be completed on arrival.

If you are traveling by ferry, a Covid-19 test should be performed during the trip.

Children under 11 are exempt from testing.

Mauritius

Cases per 100,000: 0

Population with second dose: 29.15%

Fully vaccinated tourists must quarantine themselves at their vacation spot for a fortnight, and then, if they show a negative PCR test, they will be allowed to travel.

Unvaccinated tourists will be refused entry to Mauritius, unless you are a Mauritian national, in which case you will need to quarantine yourself for fifteen days in quarantine facilities.

Ireland

Cases per 100,000: 94.78

Population with second dose: 56.26%

Ireland is not on the Amber List and is not part of the traffic light system.

Those traveling to Ireland from the UK must provide a negative PCR test taken no more than 72 hours prior to arrival and complete a passenger locator form.

All arrivals must self-quarantine for a fortnight. However, if they are fully vaccinated, travelers can test for release after five days.

For those who are partially vaccinated or not vaccinated, they must wait 10 days and then produce a negative Covid test.

For those returning to the UK from Ireland, there are no travel restrictions.


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