Information correct at: 27/01/2022

What is the situation in the UK right now?

The government is no longer asking people to work from home and masks are no longer compulsory in secondary school classrooms.
From Thursday 27 January:
Covid passes will no longer be compulsory to gain entry to venues and events
face masks will no longer be compulsory in any public spaces - although they will be still be "recommended" in some places, and London Mayor Sadiq Khan has said they will remain mandatory on TfL services
restrictions on visits to care homes will be eased
"Plan B" measures are still in force and include:
compulsory face coverings in most indoor public venues, including theatres and cinemas - as well as on public transport and in shops and hairdressers - but not in pubs or restaurants, or venues such as gyms where it's "not practical"
people must show that they're vaccinated, have recently tested negative (or are exempt) to gain entry to nightclubs and large-scale events

Can I travel to the UK? If yes, what tests/proof of vaccination do I need?

From 4am on 11 February all testing requirements will be removed for eligible fully vaccinated arrivals, with only a Passenger Locator Form (PLF) now required.
Arrivals who are not recognised as fully vaccinated will only need to take a pre-departure test and a PCR test on or before day 2 after they arrive in the UK.

Full details of entry requirements can be found here:

Staying with a host family

Our host families have been asked to provide details about their vaccination status and we will prioritise families that are in possession of proof of a full vaccination. Of course children under the age of 12 are not currently being vaccinated in the UK. This may change.

At the school/in class

Classes will be held in rooms where a good aeration is possible and sizes will be kept as reasonably small as possible.

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