On Thursday 15th October, the CCA announced that countries and regions would be classified as Categories 1-4.
- Category 1 includes countries in which we have formed Air Bridges with, equivalent to Group C.
- Category 2 countries and regions will be implemented in the near future, with a prevalence rate of less than 30 per 100,000 for 7 consecutive days.
- Category 3 includes countries and regions which have a prevalence rate between 30 to 100 per 100,000 for 7 consecutive days, which is equivalent to Group B.
- Category 4 includes countries and regions which have a prevalence rate of more than 100 per 100,000 for 7 consecutive days.
The full definitions and testing requirements of Categories 1-4 can be found here.
Please Note: Public Health Services Guernsey use 14 day total cases prevalence rates (in line with ECDC guidelines) rather than Public Health England which uses 7 day total cases prevalence rates.
Travellers will be required to self-declare the countries or regions they have travelled to (or through) for the 7 days prior to their travel. Information has been provided online to help passengers determine regions using a detailed map of UK towns.