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Covid travel advice

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UPDATED: Monday 10th January 2022.

Following the recent government announcement, it has been confirmed that pre-departure testing for arrivals into the UK will no longer be required for fully vaccinated travelers.

Following this from Sunday 9th January, the day two PCR test will be replaced by a lateral flow test for fully vaccinated travelers. A PCR test will only be required if the result is positive.

Your holiday destinations may still have their own entry requirements, but our expert travel teams can help guide you through the process. You can also find the latest information on testing and quarantine rules here.

Top tip - now bookings are on the increase, holiday prices are too, so we advise you book your break early to beat the price rise. Find out latest offers here. Or fill in our enquiry form and our experts team can help find your next holiday.

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The most up to date list of RED countries can be found at

Rules for children and under 18’s may be different, please ask us for further details.

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Our expert colleagues are ready to book your next break and help with any existing bookings too. To check the opening times of your local branch before you visit, click here.

For more information on testing, contact Randox Health

Use code Test21 for a discount on your test kit.

Before returning to the UK, you will need to complete a passenger locator form, available from It is also important to note that you may be required to complete a locator form for your chosen destination.

More information can be found on the FCDO website.

The government have produced a Covid-19 charter. You should read through the following document before you travel - Covid-19 Charter Summary.

We are also recommending that you download the new NHS app. This will confirm your vaccination status. More info is available here You can download the app by following this link: NHS App

Customers without access to smart phones or the internet can request a vaccination status letter by calling 119, two weeks after having your second dose of the vaccine, or two weeks after a single-dose of the Janssen vaccine. You should receive the letter within 5 working days.

Passport rules have changed now we are not part of the EU. For adults, your passport validity is now counted 10 years from the issue date, and not the expiry date on your passport.

How much time you need on your passport depends on the country you’re visiting. Check the Foreign Office travel advice for the country you want to travel to – read the entry requirements section.

Find out further information here.

If you have any further questions about the traffic light system, Covid-19 tests, new or existing bookings - please contact your local travel branch where our colleagues will be able to offer you the best advice.

Find your local branch here.

Please note that this information is correct as of 15th December 2021. It is your responsibility to ensure that you keep checking for updates as this information is subject to regular changes.

Terms and conditions. Lincolnshire Co-op gives no warranty and accepts no responsibility or liability for any testing provider. Details for this company are supplied for your convenience, but other testing providers are available on the Government approved list for General testing. Under no circumstances will Lincolnshire Co-op be held responsible or liable in any way for any delay, losses, expenses, costs, liabilities resulting or arising directly or indirectly from your use of testing services provided by any testing provider.