The UK to End Quarantine Vaccinated Travellers: The End To UK Travel Restrictions

The UK to End Quarantine Vaccinated Travellers: The End To UK Travel Restrictions

UK Planning to Allow for Vaccinated Travellers

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0:00 – The UK to End Quarantine Vaccinated Travellers: The End To UK Travel Restrictions

01:57 – UK Planning to Allow for Vaccinated Travellers

British officials are considering plans to open up international travel for passengers who’ve been fully vaccinated against Covid-19, allowing a resumption of tourism to more countries and territories including the US and some of the most popular European destinations.

While the UK technically reopened for international travel in mid-May, it maintains a “traffic light” system, by which it categorises countries as “green”, “amber” or “red”, with each level carrying specific sets of progressively heightened quarantine and testing requirements.

Under the policy, which is still being discussed by government officials, people who have received both doses of coronavirus vaccine would not need to quarantine upon entry from medium-risk countries on the so-called amber list.

In contrast, the European Commission’s guidelines have just shifted to enable quarantine-free leisure travel from the US with proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.

03:22 – The Aviation Industry

Only a small group of foreign nations made it onto the UK’s “green” list while popular destinations like Spain, France, Italy and the United States were relegated to the “amber” category.

Travel from amber countries is discouraged, and all arrivals must comply with a series of testing requirements and full 10-day quarantine upon entering the UK

With the summer tourism season now underway, the airline industry is desperate for a relaxation of these restrictions, which are deterring travel at the time of year that typically generates them the most revenue.

We have commenced work to consider the role of vaccinations in shaping a different set of health and testing measures for inbound travel – Government spokesperson

05:17 – Following the EU

It has been reported that the British government was contemplating following the EU’s lead in allowing fully vaccinated foreign tourists.

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