Since January 7, 2022, the United Kingdom has required a small additional PCR test from fully vaccinated people, which would have to be presented at a possible immigration check. The test, which must be taken immediately upon arrival, remains in place. However, there is no quarantine.
From Sunday there will be a relief for those who have been completely vaccinated, because instead of PCR tests, rapid antigen tests are also permitted for the “arrival test”. However, this only applies to fully vaccinated people, because very different regulations apply to those who have not been vaccinated.
They must continue to carry out a corona test before departure and present the negative result in the event of a check. After entry, two and eight PCR tests must be carried out on days at your own expense. Unvaccinated people have to adhere to a ten-day quarantine.