GUERNSEY has scrapped all its travel restrictions for everyone – regardless of vaccination status.

The Channel Island has ditched all its border restrictions for anyone arriving, so no one will need to test for Covid or isolate when they get there.

The island has also dropped its Travel Tracker form requirement, where visitors had to provide their travel history covering the eight day period before arrival.

Visit Guernsey wrote on its website: "You're now able to visit the Islands of Guernsey free of all border restrictions which have now been dropped, along with the requirement to complete a Travel Tracker for those travelling into the islands.

"This applies to both vaccinated and unvaccinated travellers."

Additionally, people who test positive for Covid while on the island are no longer legally required to self-isolate.

The change makes Guernsey the first place in the British Isles to drop all Covid restrictions.

That means Brits can go on holiday and experience a country similar to the way it was pre-Covid.

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Portugal is expected to follow in Guernsey's footsteps, as a government MP announced it's unlikely any Covid restrictions will be in place by Easter.

Currently, there are limits on how many people can be in shops at one time and everyone needs a vaccine pass or negative test to enter hotels, restaurants, bars and nightclubs.

Yet Minister of State Mariana Vieira da Silva said she thought all restrictions could be lifted in around five weeks if the number of people dying from Covid continues its downward trend.

Portugal has already lifted some restrictions, with vaccinated Brits no longer having to take a Covid test to enter the country.

The announcement gives another boost to Brits with holiday plans in the coming months.

We've rounded up the 41 countries Brits can travel to without needing a single Covid test.

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