Jersey to reopen borders on 03 July
Jersey is set to reopen its borders on 03 July. The news was announced by Jersey’s Economic Development Minister, Lyndon Farnham, at a press conference on Friday 26 June. All visitors will be tested for COVID-19 on arrival.
Senator Farnham said that flights would be operated by a number of airlines including Blue Islands, easyJet, British Airways and Condor. He added that flights and sailings would ‘resume modestly’.
Jersey has been carrying out a border testing trial over the past few weeks and all tests so far have been negative. If any visitors test positive for COVID-19 on arrival, they will be asked to self-isolate in government-secured accommodation.
The island has seen six confirmed cases of COVID-19, although none of the people testing positive displayed any symptoms. In Friday’s press conference, Senator Farnham said that if positive cases were to rise, restrictions would once again be put in place.
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