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Coronavirus Advice for Tourists

As most Coronavirus restrictions have now been lifted, you can now plan for more normal activities like days out or to visit west Norfolk. Follow...

As most Coronavirus restrictions have now been lifted, you can now plan for more normal activities like days out or to visit west Norfolk. Follow our advice below if you are visiting west Norfolk and please remember to bring face coverings and hand sanitiser to keep yourself and others safe during your stay.

Covid-19 symptoms and positive tests

In line with Government guidance, there is no longer a legal requirement for people with Covid-19 infection to self-isolate. However, if you have any of the main symptoms of Covid-19 or a positive test result, the public health advice is to stay at home, avoid travelling and avoid contact with other people (particularly those in vulnerable groups).

Face coverings

There is no longer a legal requirement to wear a face-covering in any setting. However, it is encouraged to continue to wear one in crowded and enclosed spaces, on public transport and where you may come into contact with people you do not normally meet. Operators are free to set their own requirements for wearing face coverings. Therefore, it is recommended that you check this with the operator of the service you are using before travelling.

NHS Covid-19 Pass

There is no longer a legal requirement to show an NHS COVID Pass at venues and events. Some businesses and venues may continue to ask for proof of a negative test result or your vaccination status and they should let you know what you need to show in order to access the venue before you visit.

[All of the above information has been provided by Visit England and the Government’s official Coronavirus (COVID-19): safer travel guidance for passengers page. All information is subject to updates and changes]

Please note that the information provided on this webpage was accurate on the date and time it was published [25th February 2022 at 12:18pm]. Details including opening times may have changed after the publish date.

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