July 24, 2022.
More than two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, we can speak of a virus whose impact on the health of people worldwide is waning. Worldwide, enormous numbers (570 million as of 24-07-2022) of infections have been registered, however, in most countries, the number of infections is slowly declining, and the number of hospital admissions and serious illnesses is also being reported less and less. Despite this decline, the virus still affects our daily lives and work, as measures and advice still apply to prevent infection and spread. This certainly applies to those people who work in groups, either in the United Kingdom or abroad, or who must travel abroad for their work. Other rules and guidelines may apply there, which in turn may entail specific requirements.
The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention have recommended that travellers visiting countries under the COVID-19 level 3 (high risk) must be up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines and if you are not, you should avoid travelling to these countries. Some of the countries listed under the COVID-19 level 3 (high risk) by the CDC are: Columbia, Iraq, Tunisia, Morocco, Sweden, North Macedonia, Peru, Lebanon, Botswana, Cape Verde, the United Arab Emirates, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Georgia, German, etc. (as of April 18th – July 18th, 2022). Even if you are up to date with your COVID-19 vaccines, you may still be at risk of getting or spreading the virus hence, all protective and preventive measures/guidelines should be adhered to strictly. These specific preventive measures, rules, and guidelines can still include showing a negative result of a Rapid Antigen or PCR test, or quarantine. For the time being, we can and will be able to provide the Rapid Antigen and PCR tests for our clients, with the corresponding certificates.