Nigerians entering the United Kingdom will no longer be required to show evidence of the COVID-19 Test as a precondition for coming into the country.

The new order will take effect from Friday, March 18, 2022.

The UK Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps said the restrictions to be lifted include the passenger locator form (PLF) for arrivals into the UK and all tests for passengers who do not qualify as vaccinated.

Consequently, unvaccinated passengers will no longer be required to take a pre-departure test and a second-day post-arrival test.

The advisory titled: ‘Travel Abroad’ guide, published on the UK government website, reads: “If you will arrive in England from abroad after 4am, Friday 18 March, you do NOT need to: take any COVID-19 tests – before you travel or after you arrive; fill in a UK passenger locator form before you travel.

“This will apply whether you are vaccinated or not.

“You also will not need to quarantine when you arrive, in line with current rules.”

The same rule also applies to those traveling to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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