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Keeping you Covid-safe at the Port of Dover from 19th July

The Prime Minister confirmed the lifting of almost all legal restrictions on social contact in England from 19th July.  However, with the Government acknowledging the possibility of up to 100,000 cases of Covid being reported each day as cases inevitably rise from that date, he also urged caution in order that we do not undo the progress we have collectively made.

As a responsible business, it is essential that we ensure the ongoing safety of our customers and our staff at the Port of Dover.  Even with the success of the vaccine roll out, it will still be possible to get Covid, to transmit it and to suffer illness from it – even after two jabs.

For the time being, therefore, we will continue to adopt our current Covid response level - which means that when travelling through the Port you are still required to:

maintain social distancing

regularly hand wash/sanitise

wear face coverings in communal areas

Please remember France remains on the amber list, so for tourists travelling via the Port, please prepare before you arrive and ensure you have the correct documentation with you when you get here, particularly evidence of a negative PCR test. Further details are here.

By abiding by these requirements, it will help ensure that you can continue to travel Covid-safely over from Dover and our staff remain fit and well to look after you when you are here as we navigate this next careful step forward together.

We will continue to review the situation and will update the website with any changes as appropriate.

FOR LATEST GUIDANCE FROM YOUR FERRY OPERATOR, FOLLOW RESPECTIVE LINKS BELOW:

DFDS    P&O FERRIES    IRISH FERRIES

 

FRENCH BORDER DECLARATIONS

Please be advised that in order to travel to France you need the correct documentation ready for inspection at French Border Controls 

 

 

Port of Dover - KEEPING THE NATION SUPPLIED

We are all being challenged by the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), but we know it is essential that we stay open for business - people in the UK are counting on us continuing to deliver the goods so that supermarket shelves are filled and essential goods are available to everyone.

As the people tasked with keeping trade flowing, we have planned across the business to ensure that we can look after our customers, the nation and its trade. Our employees, business partners and local agencies all have high attention on keeping themselves safe while providing this crucial lifeline link. Working with all our customers, together with our key business partners, contractors, our suppliers, and following the advice of the Government and Public Health England, we aim to ensure that, whatever the challenges we face, we can remain open for business and maintain the flow of goods that will keep communities and businesses in all four corners of Great Britain supplied at this critical time.

Practical measures we have already put in place to maintain core services include:

 

PLEASE NOTE THAT FROM 8 JUNE NEW UK GOVERNMENT TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS APPLY FOR ENTERING THE UK.

PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR OUR LATEST TRAVEL ADVICE

To see the additional measures implemented by the Port and its Ferry Partners to ensure your safe crossing from Dover, please see Travel Safely from Dover

 

Coronavirus Guidance

We continue to take guidance from the Department for Transport, and Public Health England.
Further information on Coronavirus (COVID-19) can be found on the following link: CLICK HERE >

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