Urgent notice: As of Monday 18th January 2021 at 4am GMT, the travel corridor policy is suspended. All arrivals from outside of the Common Travel Area (the UK, Ireland, the Bailiwick of Jersey, the Bailiwick of Guernsey and the Isle of Man) are required to both take a pre-departure test, and self-isolate immediately for 10 days on arrival.
This site is aimed at people in the UK who want to travel to Europe during the pandemic. We analyse COVID-19 case data for each country and try to predict how likely it is will add or remove a country from its quarantine-free travel corridor list.
Keep in mind that this is only our independent assessment. We cannot predict how case rates will change, and we cannot predict government policy. We also cannot guarantee that this data is accurate. You should use this site only as part of your research into travelling abroad, alongside other sources.
If you think something is wrong, or you have a suggestion, please contact us at email@example.com or on Twitter.
We've ordered each country in Europe from least to most likely to be removed from 's travel corridor list, and assigned them one of four categories:
As of Monday 18th January 2021 at 4am GMT, the travel corridor policy is suspended
. All arrivals from outside of the Common Travel Area (the UK, Ireland, the Bailiwick of Jersey, the Bailiwick of Guernsey and the Isle of Man) are required to both take a pre-departure test, and self-isolate immediately for 10 days on arrival.
We're currently experiencing an issue retrieving COVID-19 case data. We are working on this and hope it will be fixed shortly.
Weekly new cases per million
Each day, we take the sum of the last seven days' newly reported cases, and find how this compares to the country's population.
This forms the basis of our assessment. has not, to date, removed any European country from the list while it has seen fewer than weekly new cases per million; be aware however that we cannot guarantee that this will remain the case.
The government usually updates the list on Thursdays, and usually gives around two days' notice; there have been occasions when one or both of these things did not happen, however.
The number of weekly new cases per million people in is ; in the last week, this number has each day. As of the most recent data, there were weekly new cases per million people.
Entry into from the United Kingdom