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Transiting in the UK

I’m wondering if anyone has any information about whether there are any restrictions on passengers arriving in Belgium who have transited in London? I see there are restriction on UK passengers but have been unable to find if there are restrictions on US travelers arriving in Belgium after transiting Heathrow from the U.S.

  1. Maciej405

    Yes, I wonder myself. What is the rule for US citizen traveling from USA to EU country through LHR?

  2. RTBones

    I dont know about Belgium, but if you are transiting the UK…

    From the website above:
    When you transit through England
    You do not need to quarantine on arrival or take a COVID-19 test on or before day 2 and day 8 if you are transiting airside or landside to a country outside of the of the Common Travel Area or, from 4am 29 June, to one of the Crown Dependencies (Channel Islands or Isle of Man).

    If you are transiting landside, you must be entering England for the sole purposes of continuing a journey to a country outside of the Common Travel Area or to the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man.

    You must either:

    remain within your port of entry until your departure from England, or
    travel directly from your port of entry to another port of departure in England


    So, reading that, as long as you stay airside, you should be minimally impacted.

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