“Following a meeting of the Jersey Rally Organising Committee it has been decided to proceed with all plans for 2020’s rally on the 9th & 10th October.
The government here in Jersey has opened the borders to travel, with the proviso that people either test upon entry for Covid-19 (the government target is 12 hour results by August) or isolate for 14 days or prior to departure to Jersey present approved documentary evidence of a negative Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Covid-19 test conducted within 72 hours of arriving in Jersey. If tested upon arrival, you are advised to mix with as few people as possible prior to receiving your test results, but you do not have to quarantine.
This enables overseas crews and officials to enter Jersey for the rally, but we always advise everybody to check the latest government advice on the gov.je website.
Accordingly, entries will be opening on Friday 24th July, and we have given ourselves up to Friday 21st August to make a decision if we need to cancel the rally due to unforeseen circumstances, like a second spike in infections.
If the event is cancelled entries fees will be refunded in full.
Jersey Rally Committee “