Alternatively, passengers must be able to prove that they have been fully vaccinated with a document (digital or paper based) issued by a public health body from an approved country or territory that must include, as a minimum:
- Forename and Surname(s)
- Date of Birth - outlined in a standalone section or within reference number (YYMMDD)
- Vaccine Brand and Manufacturer
- Date of Vaccination for every Dose
The final dose has been administered (1/1 or 2/2) and that final dose was 14 days ago
- Country of Vaccination and/or Certificate Issuer
Vaccination certificates will not be required for under 18s but proof of age may be requested.
Vaccine certificates from the UK and EU countries are all valid, as well as the countries on this list.
Differences in passenger’s name between documents is acceptable (e.g. difference of surname between passport/vaccine certificate after marriage). You may be asked to provide additional evidence to support such differences if appropriate.
The vaccine certificate must be in either English, French or Spanish (note: that they may also be in another language, but there must be some text in one of those three languages).