End of isolation testing on Day 13 is being offered to travelers on a trial basis. This is to detect late presenting infections and is in line with ECDC guidance.
Plans for students to return home to the Bailiwick in early December are unaffected by the UK Government’s announcement today.
Guernsey students and their families are being reassured by the States that the plans put in place for additional flights from a range of regional airports between 1st - 6th December remain in place. University students were sent an email this morning to clarify.
As of Wednesday 11 November, the number for Critical Worker enquiries has changed to 01481 747578. Enquiries can continue to be made by emailing email@example.com.
The Civil Contingencies Authority is reassuring Islanders that there is no intention to change the Bailiwick’s response to COVID-19 following the UK’s announcement that it will begin a lockdown from Thursday.
Students have today been reassured that the additional flights scheduled from regional airports in the first week of December will operate as planned.
In an email to students today, they have been reassured that the States of Guernsey will closely monitor the situation in the UK regarding the recently-announced national lockdown, but at this stage there are no plans to bring the scheduled additional flights forward. This is because the UK Government’s position is very clear that universities are to remain operating until the end of term, with more learning online and a direction that students should not return home before the end of term.
With the Phase 5c COVID-19 testing facility on the East Arm becoming operational this week, changes have been made to parking time limits in order to help maintain a balance between long-term and short-term parking at Crown Pier, Albert Pier and North Beach.