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List of countries fully vaccinated Scots can travel to without Covid test

Countries are beginning to reopen to Scots holidaymakers once again as they continue to make their way through the pandemic.

Travelling abroad has been difficult for many of us over the past two years due to threat posed by Covid.

Most nations have stepped up screening measures - such as testing, vaccine passports and passenger locator forms - to keep populations safe from the virus.

If you have received at least two doses of the Covid vaccine, then a growing number of destinations will welcome you without the need for a pre-departure test.

Our partner title, the Mirror, has compiled a list of countries fully jabbed Scots can visit without the need for testing before jetting off.

Double jabbed Brits can enjoy Turkey holidays with no need to have a Covid test or to quarantine. You will need to fill out an online form within 72 hours before departure (this applies to all travellers aged six and over). Turkish authorities are carrying out random PCR testing at airports though, so bear this in mind if you're planning a trip.

Children aged 11 and under can follow the rules for fully vaccinated travellers to enter Turkey.

Fully vaccinated UK arrivals don't need to take a test or quarantine to visit Spain.

You'll need to have been fully vaccinated for at least 14 days before arrival. Children under the age of 12 do not need to show proof of being fully vaccinated on entry to Spain.

All UK travellers will also need to fill out a pre-travel form and obtain a QR code to show at border control.

Mexico is open to all UK travellers with no requirement to take a Covid test or quarantine.

However, it is mandatory to register on the Mexico Vuela Seguro Platform before boarding your flight to Mexico, and to show the QR code upon arrival

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