Current COVID restrictions in England

In England, rules are now lifting (updated: June 2021).

Gathering limits have been eased (30 people outdoors, 6 indoors), indoor entertainment and attractions such as cinemas, theatres, and bowling alleys are open and people can attend indoor and outdoor events, including live performances and sporting events. Restaurants, pubs, bars and cafes can reopen and organised indoor sport can take place for all. 

When travelling within the UK, you should aim to do so safely and plan your journey in advance. All holiday accommodation can open, including hotels and B&Bs. This can be used by groups of up to 6 or 2 households.

There is no longer a legal restriction or permitted reason required to travel internationally from England. A traffic light system for international travel has been introduced, and you must follow the rules when returning to England depending on whether you return from a red, amber or green list country. However, this still feels confusing, doesn’t it? Where can we travel? Where can we go? What England travel restrictions are in place?

In this post I aim to go through all the England Covid-19 travel restrictions and explain the England Covid-19 traffic light system, answering questions such as:

‘Which are the green list countries?’ ‘Where can I travel to from England?’

and ‘Am I allowed to go to an Amber list country?’. 

The information in this blog post about travelling to and from different parts of the world has been directly quoted from www.gov.uk, the UK government website, and I aim to keep it completely up to date for you so you have all the England Covid-19 travel rules at the click of a button!

Of course though, if in doubt, head to the main government websites for the most updated and accurate information!

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