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If necessary, you can travel straight from your port of arrival to another port in England to catch a flight, train or ferry going outside of the Common Travel Area. You must follow guidance on staying safe and helping prevent the spread of COVIDand follow safer travel guidance.
You must book your managed quarantine package before you travel to England using the booking portal administered by Corporate Travel Management CTM. Book your quarantine hotel through CTM. You will still have to pay for your quarantine package on arrival. If you provide false information, or leave out key information when applying, you will be committing fraud and may be prosecuted.
You will not have to pay more if you need to extend your stay as a result of positive tests at day 2 or day 8. You can only arrive in England at the following ports of entry — carriers are not allowed to take you to any other port of entry:.
Direct flights from red list countries can only arrive at London Heathrow and Birmingham Airport. Your quarantine package includes transport to your quarantine hotel. You must only travel to your managed quarantine hotel by the transport included in your quarantine package and not by public or private transport. Please follow s and instructions for the Managed Quarantine Service. A member of staff will make a note of where everyone is sitting on the bus, so that if someone later tests positive for COVID, NHS Test and Trace will be able to identify who has been in close contact. If you have a car parked at the airport, you will need to extend your parking period and pay the additional charges.
If you need assistance with this, you can ask for that once you get to your hotel. When you arrive at the managed quarantine hotel you must quarantine in your room for 10 full days. The managed quarantine hotel will provide your meals. You can quarantine with the people you travelled with. Hotels will prioritise allocating larger or connected rooms to families.
Staff will try to bring the items to you as soon as possible. However, it may not be possible for deliveries to be brought to your door immediately when they arrive at the hotel. Managed quarantine hotels are able to meet the vast majority of requirements and will be able to accommodate dietary requirements. You should bring your prescription medicines with you. You should inform the medical staff at the hotel when you arrive if you anticipate any medical issues. You can request permission to leave quarantine for a limited period if a close family member or member of your household is dying.
You can also request permission to leave quarantine to attend a funeral. This is limited to the day of the funeral. You will need permission from security staff to ensure that arrangements minimise the public health risks. This will include agreeing a specific time with the hotel for returning to your room.
You should not use public transport. If you get a positive result from your day 2 or day 8 test, you must quarantine for a further 10 days from the day after you took the test. If you get a positive result from your day 2 test, you will not need to take any further tests because you will quarantine through the period when you may be infectious to others.
Children aged 4 and under will not need to take the day 2 or day 8 test but they and their family or carers should only leave quarantine if they are well. You should order a test if you develop at least one of these 3 COVID symptoms, even if mild, at any point:.
The day of the test is day 0. If you have interconnecting rooms in a hotel, you are considered one household.
If you get a positive result from either of your tests, you will not be able to leave managed quarantine until 10 full days have passed from the day after the date of the test. If you get a negative test result on day 8 but you develop new COVID symptoms on day 9 or day 10, you must take a new test. Most people who need to stay in managed quarantine will stay in a government-approved quarantine hotel. Exceptions to this include:. A minor is someone who is under A parent, guardian or appropriate adult must travel with them and go into managed quarantine with them on arrival.
Where it is not possible for a parent, guardian or appropriate adult to travel with the child, they will need to apply for permission for the child to travel alone.
If the responsible adult is already in England and therefore cannot travel with the child, the adult must enter managed quarantine with the child on arrival. If it is not possible for a parent, guardian or appropriate adult to the child in managed quarantine, they will need to apply for an exemption. If an exemption is granted, the child will be expected to quarantine at their final destination for the full quarantine period. The entire household must isolate with the child for the full quarantine period - for more details, see the separate guidance for people allowed to quarantine at home after entering England from a red list country.
If your request for an exemption is denied, you will need to book and pay for managed quarantine for the child and a parent, guardian or appropriate adult. You will receive an automated response with a list of questions that you need to answer. Your responses are used to assess your application.
Read the guidance on job exemptions and exemptions for medical and compassionate reasons to see if these apply to you and what they involve. Added Newcastle Airport to the list of approved ports of entry in 'Where you can arrive'.
New rules for international travel to England - explained there will be no change to rules for red list arrivals, and added a link to find more information. Updated content on unaccompanied minors. Explained that if an appropriate adult cannot enter managed quarantine with the child, they must apply for an exemption from managed quarantine.
Added information on applying for permission for to travel alone, where it is not possible for the appropriate adult to travel with the. Added information on expectations for quarantining at home. Update to costs to show current prices and what they cover. Update to reflect an increase in quarantine hotel costs from 4am on 12 August. Updated the contact address you need to use to request an exemption allowing an unaccompanied child to travel to England alone if they've been in a red list country in the 10 days before arriving.
Added updated contact details for enquiries relating to international arrivals. Added Biggin Hill Airport to the list of permitted ports of entry for red list arrivals. Explained that direct flights from red list countries must land in dedicated terminals at London Heathrow or Birmingham Airport.
Updated Unaccompanied minors section - new address. Updated to reflect new rules for amber and green list countries. Added a reference to the new rules on entering England after international travel from 17 May, including a link to the new guidance. Updated the 'Unaccompanied minors' section to reflect that if a parent or guardian cannot travel with their child, they will need to request a specific exemption from DHSC for the child to travel alone.
Exemptions will only be provided in exceptional circumstances. Added Bristol Airport to the list of approved ports of entry in 'Where you can arrive'. Updated content to reflect the changes in national restrictions. Clarified length of quarantine periods.
Removed cost of extra days in managed quarantine if you test positive. Added information on leaving managed quarantine to attend funerals. Removed content on unaccompanied minors this is now covered by new guidance on medical and compassionate exemptions from managed quarantine. Removed references to limitations on eligibility for hardship support. Added information on unaccompanied minors. Updated information on getting medical care and prescriptions, and visiting dying family members and funerals. Clarified information on quarantine time periods. Added information on additional day rates if you have to quarantine for longer, car parking, funerals and visiting dying family members.
Added a link under 'Who has to go into hotel quarantine' to information about what to expect if you are entering hotel quarantine, including help and support. Re-inserted link to booking platform as the service is live again. How much time you need on your passport depends on the country you're visiting. Check the entry requirements for the country you want to travel to. You may need to show paperwork such as your passport or visa.
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