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Covid Travel Advice Hub makes it easier to plan your next holiday

Travel company Kuoni has made it a lot easier to find out all you need to know about entry rules and travel restrictions in all the most popular holiday destinations with the launch of its Covid Travel Advice Hub.

It gives you the entry requirements for each country plus lets you know if you’ll need to quarantine back home.

Not every country is included, but by the end of this week the Advice Hub will have information on 50.

It’s free for everyone to access online and makes it easier to find out everything you need to know.

 

What’s on the Covid Travel Advice Hub?

Included is advice from the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO). This is often hard to find and even harder to fathom, so it’s great Kuoni is pulling this together.

Also included are each country’s entry rules, such as if you need a Covid test and if there’s a quarantine.

It’s really useful to have all of this information in one place so you don’t need to check multiple websites to find all the travel restrictions.

On the Covid Travel Advice Hub, you can see at a glance if a destination is open, if the FCDO says it’s safe to travel there, if you’ll need a Covid test and whether you’ll have to quarantine when you return.

Kuoni says the information will be updated daily.

The online resource is available free to everyone here and it covers countries in every continent.



Of course, overseas holidays are currently banned as part of the UK lockdown. But the Advice Hub should help you to plan for trips when travel restrictions are lifted.

The latest travel restrictions include mandatory Covid screening in England. From Friday, everyone entering the country will have to provide proof of a negative Covid test taken no more than three days earlier.

Linsey McNeill

A journalist and travel writer of 35 years' standing, a once-a-week yogi, terrible skier and out-of-order mum to 2 teens. Previously Editor of TravelMole.com, bylines also include The Telegraph, The Times, The Observer, the London Evening Standard, Which? and The South China Morning Post.

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