From today, October 11, Georgia is to be removed from the British international travel regime’s “red list.”
47 countries and territories have been removed from the list, meaning those traveling from Georgia to the UK will be able to enter the territory of England under the following conditions:
In case of full vaccination (only with a vaccine recognized by the UK): before departure, fill in the locator form for your whereabouts in the past 48 hours; Book a “PCR” test for the 2nd day after arrival; Upon arrival: take a PCR test on the 2nd day after arrival.
In case of incomplete vaccination: before departure, take a PCR test within 72 hours before flying; Purchase a travel test package which includes book PCR tests to be done on the 2nd and 8th day of self-isolation; Fill in the passenger locator form for your whereabouts in the prior 48 hours and indicate a the 10-day self-isolation address. Upon arrival: 10-day self-isolation at the pre-specified address; Take a PCR test on the 2nd and 8th day of self-isolation.
Regarding UK regulations, a person can only be considered fully vaccinated if they have received both doses of the vaccine produced by the pharmaceutical companies Pfizer, AstraZeneca, and Moderna.
14 days must have passed since taking the second dose of the vaccine.