Before you go you must consult the requirements for visitors for the country you plan to travel to.  Restrictions may be in place, including proof of vaccination, tests, quarantine and reasons for entry.

The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) provide general guidance for British people travelling abroad (on GOV.UK).

The FCDO also provide advice about travelling abroad, including the latest information on coronavirus, safety and security, entry requirements and travel warnings. This includes advice and information about entry requirements such as covid tests and isolation for  countries that you intend to visit (on GOV.UK).

FCDO travel advice is based on risks to the traveller whilst in their destination country, which is different from the risks of imported infection in Wales or the UK from returning travellers.

Please be aware that requirements for outbound travel will be different from the requirements for inbound travel and both may change at short notice.  It is advisable to check the latest up to date guidance before travel.

If you are not fully vaccinated or arrived from a ‘red list’ country (where it is permitted for you to enter Wales) for a short visit and you are required to isolate whilst you are here you may leave isolation to return to that country.

An NHS COVID pass is available for people in Wales who have had two doses of vaccination and are travelling to a country that requires COVID vaccination proof.

If it is necessary to show a negative test before you can travel those must not be NHS tests instead you must book and pay for tests from a private test provider (on GOV.UK).

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