Arriving at Harlaxton
You will need to present the proof of your negative test before you board to travel to England. If you don’t present proof of a negative test result certificate, you may not be able to board any form of transport to travel to England. If you arrive in England without proof of a negative test result, you could be fined £500.
As of May 17th, the US is on the UK amber list for travel. These lists are reviewed regularly, so we strongly suggest you check frequently to determine any changes.
Countries on the amber list are required to do the following to enter the country.
Amber List Rules
What you must do if you have been in a country or territory on the amber list in the 10 days before you arrive in England.
Before travel to England
Before you travel to England you must:
- take a COVID-19 test – you must take the test in the 3 days before you travel to England
- book and pay for COVID-19 tests – to be taken after arrival in England
- complete a passenger locator form
You must do these things whether you are fully vaccinated or not.
On arrival in England
If you are fully vaccinated
After arrival in England you must take a COVID-19 test on or before day 2.
This applies if you’re fully vaccinated under either:
- the UK vaccination programme
- the UK vaccine programme overseas
- an approved vaccination programme in Europe or the USA - not all are recognised in England
Find out how to prove you are fully vaccinated, which European countries this applies to and approved vaccination programmes for Europe and the USA.
It also applies if you are:
- taking part in an approved COVID-19 vaccine trial in the UK or the USA
- under 18 and resident in the UK, a UK Overseas Territory, the USA or one of the specified European countries
If you will be in England for less than 2 days you still need to book and pay for a day 2 COVID-19 test. You only need to take the test if you are still in England on day 2.
Red, amber and green list rules for entering England - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
Returning to the United States after the program
Effective January 26, all airline passengers to the United States ages two years and older must provide a negative COVID-19 viral test taken within three calendar days of travel regardless of where they are traveling from. Alternatively, travelers to the United States may provide documentation from a licensed health care provider of having recovered from COVID-19 in the 90 days preceding travel. If you need to travel due to an extraordinary humanitarian emergency and you are unable to obtain a test, please see COVID-19 Testing Waivers. In addition, the order also requires a passenger attestation stating they have received a negative Qualifying Test result (this is not in place of a test). Check the CDC website for additional information and Frequently Asked Questions.