Covid-19 Restrictions on Cruising: Guernsey

            
        
    

Status Summary

Restricted. Expect 14 days quarantine.

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22/05/20 On Friday 22nd May, it was announced that the Committee for Health & Social Care has agreed, in principle, to move to Phase 4 on 30 May 2020. Phase 4 represents a further progression towards a more normal level of activity within Guernsey. Further parts of the local economy, including retail and hospitality, hairdressers and beauticians, will be able to function although some restrictions on work practices, gatherings and social distancing will remain in place.

15/05/20: Government announced move to "Phase 3" of lockdown exit. Considerable easing of local restrictions but border control and quarantine restrictions remain in place.

07/05/20 The amount of time Islanders can spend outside of their house for exercise or recreational activities is being extended from 2 to 4 hours.

02/05/20: Guernsey Residents only: Recreational boat owners (using any type of vessel, whether motorised or not) are now permitted to use their boats for a maximum of 2 hours per day in local waters for recreational purposes subject to conditions. Landing on Alderney, Sark and Herm is not permitted.

18/04/20: No boating in or out of the Islands of Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm. Any boat arriving from within or outside the islands, will have to remain on their boat for 14 days isolation. [Richard Poat, HLR Guernsey]

 

Reviewed: 26/05/20

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