The last restrictions related to travel to the United Kingdom, which were still in place to contain COVID-19, were lifted this Friday.
Travelers who have not been vaccinated will no longer have to take a test to enter the country, a rule that had already been lifted for those previously vaccinated.
It will also not be necessary to fill and submit the Passenger Location Form.
The end of these latest measures comes nearly two years after the introduction of the first restrictions to stop the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.
There were 89,717 daily cases of Covid-19 and 138 deaths related to the disease in the past 24 hours, according to the latest official figures released by the British Ministry of Health.
British Secretary of State for Aviation Robert Courts said: “All the work we have done for vaccines, testing and the sacrifices we have made across the country means that almost two years later, we can all travel without bureaucratic restrictions.” Huh.”
The government has programmed this change to happen in April, before the next Easter holidays, although contingency plans are expected to respond to any.
According to Derek Jones, CEO of tourism company Kuoni, there has been a boom in travel bookings in recent months.
People can now go on leave or visit family and friends without exams before returning home.
Despite this, Britons are advised to check the rules in the countries they travel to, as many continue to impose restrictions and tests.