The United Kingdom has updated the list of countries on its green listAdding some destinations very dear to Brits like Malta, the Balearics and several Caribbean islands.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson also noted the more important reopening of international travel “later in the summer for those who have completed the two-dose course” (possibly in August). financial times.
In fact, only Malta has been added to the standard green list, which allows tourists to travel abroad without having to observe the quarantine period upon their return to Britain, while more than a dozen destinations have been put into one.Specific green listThe latter category includes for example the Balearic Islands, Madeira, Antigua and Barbuda, Anguilla, Barbados, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Turks and Caicos.
In practice, travelers returning from ‘Controlled Green List’ countries are not required to be quarantined, but they should. Conscious Which are at greater risk of Covid-19 e So they can be abruptly removed from the green list before the next review date scheduled for July 15. Ultimately, the latter, is destined not to cause a bit of confusion among travelers…
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