From the end of October until the end of the year, fully vaccinated travelers from Mallorca, or any other ‘Green’ list country, won’t need to have a pre-departure test before they travel to England.
The second day PCR test is also being scrapped, but travelers do need to take lateral flow test, which is much cheaper.
For anyone who’s not vaccinated, a pre-departure test is mandatory before traveling to England, a PCR test must be taken on day two after arrival and they must quarantine for 10 days regardless of which country they’ve come from.
‘Red’ Country Arrivals
Anyone returning from a country on the UK’s ‘Red’ list will have to quarantine at a Government-approved hotel for 11 nights, at a cost of £ 2,285.
If a traveler tests positive when they return to the UK, they must self-isolate and take a free PCR test to confirm the original diagnosis.
Pre-arrival PCR tests will not be required for travelers arriving in Scotland from ‘Green’ countries, providing they’ve had both jabs.
The countries currently on the UK’s ‘Red’ list are:
The Democratic Republic of Congo
Trinidad and Tobago