Starting from Monday (7 February 2022) the Health restrictions on travellers under Jersey’s Safer Travel policy, set in place due to the surge in Covid-19 cases, will be pulled out by the government of Jersey.
This means PCR tests, isolation upon arrival or completion of a pre-departure trip before entering Jersey, the largest of the Channel Islands between England and France, will no longer be mandatory for the visitors.
This is a reflection of the pre-pandemic unrestricted travel procedures and a huge step towards the much-awaited unconfined world for this self-governed channel island.
You can visit Jersey, the island with a mixed culture and popular for its beaches, walking trails along the cliffside, inland valleys and historic castles, via plane and ferry ride from more than 20 UK departure points.
The tourist board stated: “Travellers can escape to a destination that blends familiar English environments with a dash of European flair.”