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COVID-19 updates

2:00pm - 30 April

COVID-19 Test Charges

From the 14th May, a £25 charge will be applied for each test required as part of your arrival in the Bailiwick.  This includes your test on arrival, and your test on either Day 7 or Day 13 (depending on which Category you have travelled from).

You can pay this charge through your Travel Tracker account.

You are not required to pay this charge if you are:

  • A child under-12
  • Travelling for medical reasons
  • Accompanying someone who is travelling for medical reasons
  • Travelling for compassionate reasons

12:00pm - 28 April

Vaccine Misinformation

Islanders are reminded to use evidence based resources when looking for information on COVID-19 vaccines. This follows anonymous literature being circulated on-island.

Read the media release.

2:00pm - 23 April

Islanders can request PCR tests online prior to travel

With effect from Monday 26 April 2021, islanders will be able to request a test online if they are required to provide proof of a negative PCR COVID-19 result for their travel destination or carrier.

Read the media release.

2:45pm - 20 April

States of Guernsey reaches out to all registered or recently retired health care professionals

Phase 1 of the COVID-19 vaccination programme started in January this year and has progressed through the priority cohort well. Nearly 47,000 doses have been given to date.

Read the media release.

1:15pm - 16 April

CCA agrees to reintroduce country and regional categories for travel from 23rd April

The Civil Contingencies Authority has agreed to reintroduce country and regional categorisation for travellers to the Bailiwick from the 23rd April.

Read the media release.

4:30pm - 15 April

Bailiwick residents reminded they cannot choose which COVID-19 vaccine they receive

The Vaccination Contact Centre (VCC) call handlers are receiving an increasing number of calls from individuals requesting specific COVID-19 vaccines. In particular, callers are asking for the Pfizer vaccine (the gap between doses is 6 weeks as opposed to 10 weeks for the AstraZeneca vaccine) citing a desire to go on holiday as soon as possible.

Read the media release

3:00pm - 10 April

Parking at the Community Vaccination Centre


We are seeing a high demand for parking at Beau Sejour whilst the Community Vaccination Centre is in operation. If you are visiting Beau Sejour soon, please allow enough time to park & use active travel methods or car shares where you can.

Read the media release.

12:00pm - 8 April

Islanders concerned about Long COVID should speak to their GP

As more evidence and research becomes available on the long-term effects of COVID-19, Islanders who think they might be suffering from the long-term effects of COVID-19 should contact their GP.

Read the media release

7:35pm - 7 April

SoG responds to latest MHRA guidance on the AstraZeneca vaccine

Following today’s update from the MHRA and the new JCVI guidance, as an extra cautionary measure, the Bailiwick Vaccination Programme will ensure that anyone under 30, with no underlying health risk, will receive the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine (or the Moderna Vaccine when available) when they are invited to make their vaccine appointments.

Those under 30 who are due to receive a second dose of the Astra Zeneca vaccine and who didn’t suffer from the side effects reported by the MHRA should have the second dose as the data from the MHRA suggests that all reported adverse incidents of this type have been associated with the first dose of vaccine to date.

Read the media release.

3:30pm - 1 April

Phase 2 of vaccination programme set to begin

Phase 2 of the programme for those 18 to 49 will continue to be delivered at the Community Vaccination Centre at Beau Sejour and the Committee for Health & Social Care has agreed that the rollout will be largely done in order of age.

Read the media release