According to a post by the British Embassy, Thailand will be removed from the red list from 4am Monday 11 October, and those “fully vaccinated” (with a recognised vaccine) from Thailand will be able to enter England with just a day 2 test. No quarantine, self-isolation, or pre-departure test will be required.

Read the rules on how to enter England if you are fully vaccinated:

To be considered “fully vaccinated” you must must have had a complete course of one of the following vaccines at least 14 days before you arrive in England:

✔️ Oxford/AstraZeneca (including the AZ shots manufactured in Thailand)

✔️ Pfizer BioNTech

✔️ Moderna

✔️ Janssen

Where 2 doses of a vaccine are required for a full course, you can mix 2 different types of vaccine from the above list, for example Oxford/AstraZeneca and Moderna.

However, if one of the doses you had is not on the above list (for example, Sinovac + Oxford/AstraZeneca) you can still enter England but will have to follow the rules for those not fully vaccinated. You will need to take a pre-departure test, a day 2 and day 8 test and complete 10 days self-isolation (with the option of Test to Release on day 5). We are working with international partners, to determine which other non-UK vaccines we might be recognised in the future.

Read the rules on how to enter England if you are not fully vaccinated:

💉 Proof of vaccination

If you are fully vaccinated, you must provide a vaccine certificate as proof. It must be in English and issued by a national or state-level public health authority and include as a minimum:

✔️your forename and surname(s)

✔️your date of birth

✔️vaccine brand and manufacturer

Read the guidance on approved COVID-19 vaccines and proof of vaccination:

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If you are traveling to Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, please read the guidelines below:



📌Northern Ireland: