Coronavirus in London

Find tips and further information about coronavirus in London.

Click on this link to see the current number of people who have tested positive for coronavirus in London and the UK.

Yes. You may need to pre-book though, even if an attraction is free, so check prior to travel.

All supermarkets and shops are open.

Click here to book a vaccination. There are also some walk-in vaccination clinics where pre-booking isn’t required. Click here for details.

You will need to take a PCR test if you have symptoms such as:

  • a high temperature
  • a new, continuous cough
  • a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste

If you do not have symptoms you can take a free rapid lateral flow test. You can order these tests or pick them up for free from a number of different outlets. Click here for further details.

You must still wear a face covering on public transport in London. Click here for the Transport for London Safer Travel Guidance.

Remember to regularly wash or sanitise your hands, maintain social distancing where possible and it is still advisable to wear a face mask in enclosed spaces, such as supermarkets.

Travel abroad is currently running on a traffic light system.

There are different rules for testing, self-isolation and vaccination requirements depending on your travel destination.

Click here for the government’s travel advice.

Your desired destination may also have their own rules. Please check before travel.

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