Gibraltar will end COVID testing for everyone arriving by plane or by sea from Friday and airline passengers won’t have to fill in a passenger locator form either.
The Caribbean islands of Antigua and Barbuda have also relaxed their entry rules so that fully vaccinated arrivals no longer need to present proof of negative COVID test.
Non-vaccinated British tourists are still banned from Antigua and Barbuda, but unvaccinated children aged five to 18 are allowed to enter with a negative COVID test. This can be a PCR or antigen test, taken up to four days before arrival.
Children under five are exempt from testing.