Passengers from Estonia do not need to isolate when traveling to UK ({{contentCtrl.commentsTotal}})

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From Tuesday (July 28), passengers from Estonia, Latvia, Slovenia and Slovakia do not have to self-isolate when they arrive in the UK.

The UK Government announced on July 24 that Estonia, Latvia, Slovenia and Slovakia have been added to the list of travel corridors after reviewing the latest risk assessments.

The five countries have been added to the current list of destinations from which passengers do not need to self-isolate when arriving in England and Scotland (Welsh and Northern Irish Governments have yet to announce if they will add Estonia to their list of exempt destinations).

The UK government urges passengers to continue to protect themselves when considering traveling abroad by making sure they are updated on the latest information - both at home and their destination.

All travelers, including those from exempt destinations, will still be required to complete a passenger locator form on arrival into the UK. It is required to complete the form 48 hours before traveling.

The travel advice of Estonia will be up-to-date soon on the UK Government's page.

More exempt destinations can be found here.

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