US Relaxes Travel Advisories For Americans Visiting The UK
US relaxes travel advisories for Americans visiting the UK: The UK No Longer a “Do Not Travel” Destination
UK & US Relax Travel Restrictions – Move Paves Way For Travel Corridor
Travel Industry Push for UK – US Travel Corridor
US & UK Change Travel Advisories
Relaxation of US travel advisories – US & UK travel industry’s push to open travel corridor
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0:00 – US & UK Travel Corridor: USA & UK Relax Travel Advisories
01:47 – US relaxes travel advisories for Americans visiting the UK
As the vaccination programs in the United Kingdom continue to roll out at a steady pace, the US State Department has relaxed some travel warnings for American tourists hoping to cross the Atlantic.
In another promising sign for summer travel, the UK has been reduced from a “Level 4: Do Not Travel” rating, down to a “Level 3: Reconsider Travel” rating from 10 May 2021.
Israel, one of the world’s most vaccinated countries per capita, has been further reduced to “Level 2: Exercise Increased Caution,” though it’s not currently allowing most foreign tourists.
Last April, the US State Department added 120 countries on the “Do Not Travel” list to align with the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ratings. Although the UK and Israel were removed from the list, most other foreign destinations remain at Level 4: Do Not Travel on the US State Department’s travel advice.
02:52 – US Added to UK’s Amber List
The move coincides with the British government’s announcement that overseas travel will be eased to select countries from 17 May 2021. Unfortunately, the United States was placed on the amber travel list by the UK government.
Travellers from the US will need to pre-book a Day 2 and Day 8 testing package.
The quarantine period can be reduced upon the completion of an additional PCR test after five days of quarantine. If that test returns a negative result, they can forgo the rest of the quarantine period but still need to test on day 8.
03:55 – Travel From the UK to the US
At present, non-American citizens looking to visit the United States from the United Kingdom for
leisure purposes are currently prohibited from doing so since March 2020.
The travel industry has been pushing the US and the UK to open a travel corridor between the two countries to allow for quarantine-free travel.
04:47 – Reaction from the Travel Industry
US Travel Association President and CEO Roger Dow issued a statement on the release of the UK’s “traffic light system” for international travel and addressed to both the US and UK transport secretaries and signed by the CEOs of American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue Airways, United Airlines, British Airways and Virgin Atlantic.
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