UK visitors will be able to come back to The Islands of Guernsey – Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm – from 1st July Guernsey is set to return to normal travel with the UK, Jersey, Isle of Man and Republic of Ireland from 1 July. For arrivals coming from within the Common Travel Area there will be no testing or self-isolation requirement, the States of Guernsey said. The further relaxation of border controls comes as part of a transition to a traffic light system of travel. The system will be largely based on the UK system of categorising countries according to their infection rates. Currently, people coming from areas in Guernsey's four tier system have to self-isolate and be tested, depending on the coronavirus infection rate of the area they arrive from. Those arriving from the CTA will be categorised as 'blue' and arrivals will not need to be tested on arrival or self-isolate. However, those coming from areas categorised as 'green' by the UK and who have had both doses of a Covid-19 vaccine can also avoid self-isolation, the States confirmed. People without both vaccines coming from green areas must self-isolate until they have tested negative for coronavirus on arrival. Similarly, those coming from amber areas with both doses must also self-isolate until a negative test