I'm a fully vaccinated traveler traveling from Canada (green-list country) to Manchester in early October, hoping to go on to Wales about four days later. I'm not sure I understand the government restrictions. Previously (last week), Wales official travel site said that if you were entering Wales from England and had been in England or the common area for at least 10 days, you did not need a day-two test, but that if you had been outside the region in the past 10 days, you needed a test. Now, it looks like the requirement is simpler:
"You do not need to take a test if you began your journey to Wales from England, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland, the Isle of Man, Jersey or Guernsey."
"You do not need to take these tests [day-two test] if you began your journey to Wales from England, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland, the Isle of Man or the Channel Islands."
So, I'm confused. Can I enter Wales from England without a test and without scheduling a day-two test, or does being outside of the UK within the last 10 days still matter?