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COVID-19 (Coronavirus)


COVID-19 updates

3:45pm - 30 July

COVID-19 Status – French ‘Pass Sanitaire’

We are aware that from 1 August, new requirements will take effect in France requiring individuals to demonstrate their COVID-19 status through the French ‘pass sanitaire’. This will be required to use certain forms of transport, such as trains, as well as to access a range of services and venues including leisure facilities such as bars, restaurants, museums, and cinemas.

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3:50pm - 27 July

Fully vaccinated travellers to receive lateral flow tests on arrival

Fully vaccinated travellers into the Bailiwick will be provided with lateral flow tests on arrival from Tuesday 3rd August 2021, provided the necessary testing packs arrive in the anticipated timeframe.

The Civil Contingencies Authority has confirmed that it will introduce lateral flow tests on arrival for adult ‘blue channelers’ – those travelling from within the Common Travel Area who have received two vaccine doses plus 14 days having passed since their second jab. The Authority is also strongly recommending that those who are not local residents arrange to take a pre-travel test (either PCR or lateral flow).

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COVID-19 testing and cases

Bailiwick of Guernsey

Samples tested
Positive results
Negative results
Awaiting results*
No. of deaths**
Additional COVID-19 deaths***
Number recovered
Known active cases

Friday 30 July 2021 - We have 46 (known) active cases of COVID-19 in the Bailiwick as 2 new cases have been found and 8 people have recovered. 7 cases are from Alderney, 5 of which are related to the current outbreak and 2 are related to travel. 38 cases are from Guernsey, 34 of which are travel associated or contacts of positive cases and 4 are symptomatic community cases. 1 case is in Sark and is from travel.

Since the end of the second wave there have been 127 cases. Of these cases, 47 were unvaccinated, 26 were partially vaccinated, 54 were fully vaccinated.

We currently have one case of COVID-19 in the hospital post-second wave.

As of 30 July, 86 people are currently in isolation as contacts of a positive case. This excludes people that are in self-isolation as a result of inbound travel.

* Awaiting results indicates people who have been swabbed and are awaiting a result as well as people with operations and approved for compassionate travel who are booked several days in advance.

** 3 of the 15 deaths occurred in hospital, excludes one death that was not COVID-19 related.

The 2020 deaths have now been coded by the Office of National Statistics - there were 15 deaths in confirmed COVID-19 cases and a further 2 deaths coded by the ONS as caused by COVID-19 in people who were not confirmed cases.

*** Additional COVID-19 deaths (previously presumptive deaths) have been reduced by one as retrospective review of one of the presumptive deaths concluded that the death was not COVID-19 related.

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