As at 15th March, 52,713,188 people had received a first dose of a coronavirus vaccine (91.7% of the population aged 12 and over) and 49,226,170 people both doses (85.6%). A total of 38,553,731 people had received a booster (third) jab (67.0%).
Ending of Covid Travel Restrictions
The government have confirmed that as from Friday 18th March, all remaining Covid travel measures will be scrapped. Consequently, the passenger locator form will no longer be required and passengers who are not fully vaccinated will no longer have to take Covid tests before and after travelling to the UK. For more details please see here.
People planning an overseas trip will still need to be aware of other countries’ entry rules – for advice from the Foreign Office about travelling abroad from England please see here.