The emergence of the delta and omegran variants of the coronavirus in the UK has forced many countries around the world to review their regulations for travelers from the UK.

The restrictions also apply to British tourists wanting to flee over the Christmas holidays, as well as to UK nationals and residents who wish to visit relatives abroad or return to their home countries.

Many students, foreign workers, friends and family in the UK are facing difficulties, if not impossible, in returning home.

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The rules and regulations are constantly updated, so all travelers should check them before starting their journey.

In the current form, we present the rules for ranking among the top five most popular destinations in Eastern Europe.

Albania

All persons entering Albania must demonstrate one of the following: The complete Covit-19 vaccine is given at least two weeks before the scheduled date, with a negative PCR test 72 hours prior and a rapid antigen test no later than 48 hours. Evidence that they have recovered from a government illness prior to arrival or within the past six months.

This also applies to travelers to other countries via Albania.

To ensure that the certificate was successfully scanned, the printed PDF file confirming vaccine status must be dated November 1, 2021.

Masks and 1.5 meters of space for the community are required upon arrival at Tirana International Airport.


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Bulgaria

Bulgaria has classified Britain as a “red zone” which means that travel from the UK is generally suspended, except for special occasions where they can prove they have received double vaccination, have recovered or have recently arrived. Negative cuvette test. Children up to 12 years old are exempted.

Dual vaccination certificates are accepted for the following vaccines: Pfizer-BioNTech, AstraZeneca, Moderna, Covishield, Sinopharm, Sinovac and Sputnik. Single-dose certification accepted by Johnson & Johnson & Johnson. Coupons must be dated at least 14 days prior to arrival.

Entry into Bulgaria is permitted if the passenger submits a negative PCR test result within 72 hours of entry, or at least 11 days but not more than 180 days, before providing proof of recovery to a cuvette prior to arrival in Bulgaria.

These rules do not apply to Bulgarian citizens and long-term permanent residents, but they must complete 10 days of self-isolation, even if they test negative during this period.

The exemptions are available to everyone, including medical staff, government officials, diplomats, humanitarian travelers, seasonal employees, tourists, bus and truck drivers, ship and aircraft crews, border guards, transit workers and students from neighboring countries.

Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, is a popular tourist destination

Lithuania

Persons entering Lithuania by air must complete an online registration form at least 48 hours before travel. For those entering the country with private or stock vehicles, it’s 12 hours.

British nationals traveling from the UK to Lithuania received the government vaccine within at least 14 days, but did not have to provide evidence of a negative PCR or antigen test result at entry, 12 months prior to arrival. Isolate yourself.

To ensure that the certificate was successfully scanned, the printed PDF file confirming vaccine status must be dated November 1, 2021.

Lithuania requires people who have not been fully vaccinated to provide evidence of a negative PCR test 72 hours prior to arrival or an antigen test 48 hours prior to arrival. Then they have to isolate for 10 days and score for a PCR test between the third and fifth day of isolation.

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A third PCR test can be done on the seventh day. If the result is negative, the isolation period will end prematurely.

Children under the age of 12 are exempted from the above rules.

Unvaccinated children 12-16 years of age do not need to self-isolate if the PCR test is negative or the antigen test 48 hours prior to arrival is 72 hours prior to arrival. However, people who do not have any of them should be isolated for 10 days.

Passengers who need to isolate themselves can walk 1 km from where they are isolated, as long as they wear a mask and keep away from others.

Poland

UK nationals traveling to Poland must complete the traveller’s website form. All visitors 5 years of age or older traveling from the UK must provide evidence of a negative PCR or antigen test performed within 24 hours prior to arrival.

PCR tests are available at some airports and should not take more than 3 hours after entering the country.

Poland accepts digital and paper copies of proof of recovery after a government vaccination or illness. PDFs must be submitted by November 1, 2021. Vaccinations must be completed 14 days prior to arrival and Return Certificates must be dated within 180 days of receiving the first positive result.

A “fully vaccinated” person is considered to have taken either two doses of Estrogen, Pfizer-Biowind and Moderna, or one dose of Janssen.

Unvaccinated travelers should self-isolate. Isolation can be stopped if the antigen test or PCR test is negative after 8 days. Otherwise, the isolation period is 14 days.

Children under 12 years of age traveling with fully vaccinated adults are exempt from self-isolation, but those traveling with fully vaccinated adults must also be self-isolated.

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Aircraft, ship crew, public transport drivers (vehicles carrying 9 or more people) and truck drivers; Diplomats, their family members, students studying in Poland and residents of the EU/EEA bound for Poland; Exemptions are granted to competitors or employees participating in international sports competitions and persons traveling for professional, official or business purposes.

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The capital of Poland is Warsaw

Romania

Persons traveling to Romania must complete the mail 24 hours before entering the country.

The UK is on the Romanian “red list”, which means that all passengers, regardless of vaccination status, must submit a negative PCR test 48 hours before traveling by public transport or 48 hours before arriving at the international point of entry. Romania for travelers using private vehicles.

Unvaccinated passengers must be isolated for 10 days. Those who arrive without a negative test result and show evidence of vaccination must self-isolate for 10 days, while those who return without either must self-isolate for 14 days.

Children 12 years of age or older are exempt from self-isolation, and children 12-16 years of age may show a negative PCR test result. Anyone staying in Romania for more than 72 hours will be released from isolation if they receive a negative PCR result.

Students, representatives of sports, artists and their staff in Romania can enter Romania with a negative PCR test result without isolating themselves. The same is true for vaccinated National Security and Defense personnel, returnees from business trips, pilots and staff, truck drivers and train operators.

If you are traveling with a PDF source printed with vaccine status, it should be November 1, 2021 to ensure the certificate was successfully scanned.

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