traveling to the UK from Canada

Old Aug 21st 2022, 6:01 pm
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Default traveling to the UK from Canada

double posting this here as well as on the Canada forum, any help would be appreciated.

will be travelling to the UK for a short visit end of September.

as a dual citizen UK/Cdn, I presumably don't need a visa if I enter using a Canadian passport or required to provide that I'm COVID vaccinated?

however from what I've been reading British Passport holders enter Canada (those that are not Canadian citizens/PR) are required to have a Eta visa.

Govt of Canada *travel advice/advisory* website seem to be *pushing* travellers to get additional recommended COVID vaccine doses.

https://travel.gc.ca/destinations/united-kingdom

my question: if I don't have the booster shots will this be an issue entering the UK on a Canadian or British passport?

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