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Whether you are travelling from or back to campus, we advise that you follow safer travel guidance at all times. This includes avoiding public transport, wherever possible, wearing a face covering and socially distancing at all times.
We’ve put together some tips below, however, the Government has issued detailed guidance about how to travel safely and before travelling you should read their advice on their ‘Safer travel guidance for passengers’ webpage.
If you’re going to travel, plan ahead and travel safely. This means you should:
Help keep yourself, other passengers and transport staff safe by taking the following precautions:
Please remember, that you must wear a face covering on public transport and in substantially enclosed areas of transport hubs in England, unless you are exempt.
You should follow this guidance even if you have been vaccinated, as you could still spread COVID-19 to others.
You must not travel at all if you:
Please note, this guidance applies to travel within England only. See:
The latest Government guidance states that you can leave England to travel internationally but you should check which countries are on the red, amber and green lists for entering England before travelling abroad. Different rules apply in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
If you are traveling internationally, even if you are returning to a place you’ve visited before, you should look at the rules and public health advice at your destination and the FCDO travel advice.
If you are an international student you can also contact our International Advice and Guidance team.
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