The countries on the 'green list' when international travel restarts


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International travel resumes on Monday (17 May), but what countries and territories can I visit? And what travel regulations must I adhere to?


The 'Green List' is a selection of countries and territories deemed safe to travel to by the Welsh Government. It is important to remember that this is not a fixed list; destinations can be removed (or added) at any time in response to coronavirus infection rates.


People travelling to these countries will not need to self-isolate upon returning to Cymru, unless they have visited an amber- or red-list country at any time in the ten days before entering the country.


People arriving from green-list destinations will be required to provide their journey and contact details by completing a passenger locator form. This can be done electronically prior to arriving in Cymru, and you may be requested to present these details at your point of arrival.


You will also need proof of a negative COVID-19 test for all travellers aged 11 or above, taken no more than 72 hours before departure.


You will also be required to take a COVID-19 test on or before day 2 (everyone aged 5 and above).


The COVID-19 test must be pre-booked before arrival via the UK booking site. This applies to all travellers intending to travel to Cymru.


Green list (from 17 May):


Australia

Brunei

Falklands/Islas Malvinas

Faroe Islands

Gibraltar

Iceland

Israel

Jerusalem

New Zealand

Portugal (including Azores and Madeira)

Singapore

South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands

St Helena, Ascenion, and Tristan da Cunha

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