The new travel rules from Romania to England: vaccinated people from Europe and the USA are no longer in quarantine!
The UK Government announced on 28 July 2021 that passengers who have been fully vaccinated in Europe (EU Member States, European Free Trade Association countries and European countries with microstates Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican) and the US are no longer quarantined at entry into England. The measure is part of a range of new rules designed to help reopen international travel.
Completely vaccinated people in Europe and the US are no longer quarantined in England
From 04:00, 2 August 2021, passengers who are fully vaccinated in the EU with vaccines authorized by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) or in the US with vaccines authorized by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or under the Swiss vaccination program they can travel to England without having to be quarantined or take a test on the 8th day after entering the country.
Upon arrival from countries on the amber list (which also includes Romania) will be exempted from quarantine persons completely vaccinated with a vaccine authorized in the EU (except France!), In the UK or USA. Full vaccination means the administration of both doses (in the case of two-dose vaccines) or in a single dose (in the case of single-dose vaccines) and after 14 days have elapsed since the booster. Minor children up to the age of 18 will also be exempted from quarantine).
Careful! The following will remain the obligation for all persons (vaccinated or not) as on arrival in England:
- present a COVID test with a negative result (except for children under 10 years of age);
- complete, no later than 48 hours before arrival, the location form (Passenger Locator Form);
- to book and pay the cost of a Covid test that you must perform the day after arrival. (children under 4 are exempt).
Careful! Certain rules may differ in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.