Travel restrictions Q&A: Your questions on testing and Covid passes answered


From this Friday (February 11), international travel will get a little bit easier, with the UK dropping the requirement for fully vaccinated arrivals to take a day two lateral flow test, just in time for half term holidays.

However, there are still plenty of travel rules to get your head around. Every destination has its own testing requirements, vaccination rules and domestic Covid-19 regulations, so it’s important to do your research and to ask the right questions before you book your next holiday.

Is it too late to go skiing this winter? Can unvaccinated teenagers board ski lifts in Europe? Will you need to take a test to board a flight this half term? Does your destination demand Covid passes to enter bars, and face masks to go on beaches? And which countries will be opening their doors in the coming weeks and months?

However trivial your query might seem, in the Covid era it’s worth knowing the answer before you travel. So on Wednesday February 9, our chief consumer editor Nick Trend will be answering all of your questions in a live Q&A from 1-2pm (GMT).

Leave your question in the form below for the chance to have it answered.

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