Border Entry ✅ - Restrictions ⚠️
🏠 Quarantine - ✅ Yes, self-isolation for 14 days required for all countries.
📋 Test - 🔅 Negative PCR test results is required for all countries.
😷 Masks - 🔅 Masks are required in public spaces
🎊 Events - ⚠️ Public gatherings of more than 10 people are banned.
🏔 Attractions - 🚫 Open
🚎 Transportation - ✅ Operational
🛒 Shopping - ✅ Open
🍔 Restaurants - ⚠️ Open with restrictions
On Thursday 26 August, Jersey will enter Stage 7 of the Reconnection Roadmap where the remaining Covid restrictions will be lifted. Stage 7 includes: • unlimited gatherings in homes and gardens • resumption of standing alcoholic drink service • reopening of nightclubs, including dancing • large indoor and outdoor events Businesses are expected to carry out a risk assessment of the workplace which should include the following: • ensure staff and customers do not attend if they are experiencing symptoms or receive a positive test result • put measures in place to protect staff and business continuity such as workforce screening, remote working, mask wearing and physical distancing where possible • prepare a detailed plan outlining how to manage a customer, staff member or other visitor who develops symptoms or receives a positive test result Islanders are recommended to: • maximise ventilation by keeping windows open • support cleanliness and personal hygiene measures • physically distance where possible • use face masks in crowded or indoor areas where possible (masks remain mandatory in public transport, taxis and ports)
Internal Restrictions: March 21, 2020 - PRESENT
Isolation period changed from 14 to 10 days, so long as you're 48 hours symptom free. Testing requirement for Day 8 removed for people who are not vaccinated. From Tuesday 13 July 2021, the following changes to our travel policy will come into effect: -countries and regions will no longer be assessed based on a Green, Amber, Red classification -testing and isolation requirements will be based on vaccination status -if you're fully vaccinated you will need a test on arrival and don't need to isolate -if you're not fully vaccinated you will need a test on arrival and Day 8, and isolate until your first negative test result -if you've visited a country on England's International restricted list, you will need a test on arrival, Day 5 and Day 10, and isolate until Day 10 negative test result -if you arrive before Tuesday 13 July and are subject to travel isolation you may leave isolation on Tuesday 13 July if you have received a negative test result. You must also attend any planned Day 5, Day 8 or Day 10 tests. This does not apply if you have visited a country on England's restricted list. You will need to complete the full testing and isolation requirements. Testing requirement for Day 8 removed for people who are not vaccinated. Isolation period changed from 14 to 10 days, so long as you're 48 hours symptom free.
Border Restrictions: March 2, 2020 - PRESENT
✅ Testing requirements for people arriving from Jersey are set to be lifted from Monday, the States of Guernsey has announced. BBCNews
⚠️ The planned lifting of Covid restrictions in Jersey will not happen until September at the earliest, the government has announced. BBCNews
✅ Jersey is relaxing isolation rules relating to those identified as Covid-19 direct contacts. BBCNews
⚠️ The planned relaxation of Jersey's coronavirus restrictions has been postponed until at least August. BBCNews
⚠️ The relaxation of Jersey's remaining coronavirus restrictions has been postponed until 15 July. BBCNews
⚠️ England, currently green, will be rated red, which means a testing regime on arrival, from 29 June. BBCNews
⚠️ Jersey has delayed lifting remaining coronavirus restrictions by at least a week. BBCNews
✅ People from most parts of Wales will be able to visit Jersey without having to quarantine. BBCNews