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Jersey holidays: Find out about new safer entry requirements for holidaymakers
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Safer travel to Jersey

 

Safer travel to Jersey

So what’s new and what is required of you?

We are delighted to confirm that Jersey’s borders are now open to holidaymakers. The safety of visitors and islanders remains the top priority of the Government of Jersey, and you will see some changes when arriving into our beautiful island:

Before leaving for Jersey you must complete an online preregistration form, giving your personal details, plus a declaration of health, countries visited before departing, whether you have COVID-19 symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who is infected. We will send this to you in your pre-departure information.


Upon arrival in Jersey, you must either:

Provide documentary evidence of a negative PCR test, taken within 72 hours of arriving in Jersey

Or:

Be swab-tested at the airport or harbour, then while waiting for your results (within 48 hours) you should limit the time spent away from your accommodation, limit social contact and, where possible, avoid public transport and indoor gatherings

Or:

Self-isolate for 14 days.


There will also be a few changes at Jersey Airport. This video outlines the safety measures that are now in place at the airport. Similar measures are expected to be announced shortly from the Harbour.


We hope this Safer Travel flowchart will help you understand the new procedures so you are ready for a simple and comfortable arrival in to our island. And of course, should you have any further questions, our Customer Services team is on hand to help.


Safer travel to Jersey

The Government of Jersey’s full advice for safer travel can be found here.