How To Prepare For A Holiday During Covid-19
If you are able to get vaccinated and boosted, this is the best way to prepare for any upcoming trips. Many countries continue to change their travel guidance and entry requirements. If you have been fully vaccinated, you can obtain proof of your vaccination which can be shown at border control. It is always best to have vaccination proof, as this will grant you entry to a number of countries around the world.
Keep Up To Date With Changes
The best way to avoid any surprises on your travels, is to continuously keep up to date with travel guidance changes. The best way to do this, is to use the ‘foreign travel advice’ on the government website, where you can search for your desired destination, and it will inform you of what you need to get there.
It is best to take lateral flow tests a few days leading up to your trip. This will ensure you are not infected and are not going to put anyone else at risk either. It also saves you the risk of travelling to another country and feeling unwell and having to quarantine for 7-10 days over there.
Pack The Essentials
In order to keep yourself safe whilst away, you should remember to pack face masks and hand sanitiser to use when you are travelling, and whilst you are there. Also be sure to have health insurance covered and bring any essential documents that you may need. This will include medication forms and passports.