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Travel Tracker

This page was last updated on 9 June 2021 at 10:35hrs.

Anyone arriving into the Bailiwick will need to create a Travel Tracker account and register their journey. The only exemption to this is intra-Bailiwick flights. 

If your travel is disrupted and you need to amend your travel history you can go online to the Travel Tracker and register a new journey. On the day of travel your updated journey will be at the top of the list of planned journeys.

No matter what category country or region you are travelling from, you will need to create a Travel Tracker account. This includes travellers who have been given an exemption – more information is available below. The only exemption to this is intra-Bailiwick flights.

Anyone aged 18 and over, and children aged between 12 and 17 who are travelling unaccompanied, must create their own account.

Children aged 17 and under who are travelling with an adult, should be included within their account.

If you are travelling as a family or group, children can only be registered on one adult’s account.

Once you have an account, you will be able to register your journey(s) and your self-administered test(s) on arrival. A journey cannot be registered until 2 calendar days before you are due to arrive in the Bailiwick.

If you are unable to create an account and register your journey ahead of arriving in Guernsey, there will be kiosks at both the airport and harbour where you will be able to complete the process. Support staff will be available to help anyone who is unclear on what they need to do.

If your travel is disrupted and you need to amend your travel history you can go online to the Travel Tracker and register a new journey. On the day of travel your updated journey will be at the top of the list of planned journeys.

The categorisation of a country or region at the time you register your journey will determine your self-isolation requirements. Therefore, if a country/region you have visited moves from Category 3 to 4 after you have registered your journey, you will not be subject to a mandatory minimum 14-day self-isolation period. Similarly, if a country/region moves from Category 4 to 3 after you have registered your journey, you will still have a mandatory minimum 14-day self-isolation period. Please note, if you decline to take a day 13 test to leave isolation on day 14, you will have to self-isolate for a further 7 days (21 days in total). 

The test on arrival (Day 1) will be a supervised ‘self-swab’ undertaken at the airport or harbour. To register your self-swab you can use a personal device with a camera to scan the barcode on the tube, or use a kiosk at either the airport or harbour. Please note that we anticipate the process taking longer if customers choose to use the kiosks.

Countries/regions included in Categories 1, 2, 3 and 4 are subject to change at short notice. Your self-isolation requirement is determined by the category of the countries/regions you have visited at the time you complete your pre-arrival form.

If you are visiting Guernsey and are not a local resident more information on Travel can be found here.

Fines of up to £10, 000 apply if you break self-isolation. Fines of up to £2,000 apply if you provide misleading information more details can be found here.

 

 

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