TRAVELLING abroad at the moment during the pandemic is very confusing with rules changing so often.

No one wants to turn up at the airport to be told they can't board the plane because they've forgotten important documents or proof of a negative Covid test.

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Here's a round-up of everything you need to know when going on holiday during Covid.

Before you book flights

Check the rules for the country you’re planning to visit because they may not allow people from England to enter.

You may need to show proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test to enter, or quarantine when you arrive.

Find out what you need to do when you return by checking whether your destination is on the red, amber or green list.

Check the Covid rules for the country you plan to visit because they may not be the same as they are here.

Before you travel

If the country you're travelling to requires a negative Covid test, make sure you have proof of this on arrival.

You will need to book the Covid test through a private provider of coronavirus testing. These can be found here.

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Get your NHS Covid pass ready to show your vaccination status. You can get this here.

Make sure you fill out a passenger locator form. This can be found here.

Before you return

You must complete a passenger locator form again.

Take a Covid test in the country you're in. You need proof of a negative result from a test taken in the three days before you leave.

You also need to book a Covid test on your return. You must find a coronavirus travel test provider to book the tests you need if you’ve been in a country on the green or amber list in the 10 days before you arrive in England.

You must book your tests before you travel and leave enough time for them to be delivered to your address in England.

You can book tests here.

When you return

Make sure you know whether you need to quarantine when you arrive back in England.

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This depends on whether the country you visited was in the red, amber or green list.

Make sure you do the Covid test that you had previously booked.

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