Changes to restrictions mean that people who have been fully vaccinated in the USA or Europe (except France) do not have to quarantine upon arrival in Wales.
Fully vaccinated means that you have had your final dose of an approved vaccine at least 14 whole days before the date you arrive in Wales. The day you have your final dose of the vaccine does not count as one of the 14 days.
If you arrive in Wales, are fully vaccinated in the EU or USA or are under the age of 18, you;
- Must complete a Passenger Locator Form before you arrive in the UK.
- Must have a pre-departure test certificate which shows a negative covid test within 72 hours before departure.
- Must have pre-booked your post-arrival test to be taken at day 2
- Do not need to quarantine.
You need to show your travel operator proof that you’ve been fully vaccinated with one of the authorised vaccines before you travel.
You will need to:
- declare that you have been fully vaccinated on your passenger locator form (or under 18)
- show proof of your vaccination status to your carrier (ferry, airline or train) when you travel
Travelling from France
All travellers regardless of vaccination status or age must follow the requirements for unvaccinated travellers outlined above including self-isolation for 10 days and taking tests on day 2 & 8.