England will allow travel abroad, without quarantine but only to a handful of countries


When traveling to popular holiday destinations such as Spain, France, Italy or Greece, home isolation will still be required.

The people of England will be able to go abroad from 17 May, and the greatest influx of people longing for a holiday will be waiting for the country from the so-called green list. It features states with a favorable epidemic situation, where it will be possible to spend a holiday without the need for quarantine upon arrival. However, some of these countries, including New Zealand and Singapore, do not yet allow foreigners to cross borders, the BBC server warned. However, even for trips to “green” countries, a coronavirus test will be required before departure and after arrival. The list is updated by the government in early June.

“In this country, we have managed to build a fortress against the covid. In other parts of the world, however, the disease is still rampant … and that is why today’s announcement is necessarily very careful,” Shapps said.

In addition to the green list, the British government has an orange list of high-risk countries and a red list of high-risk countries. For trips to countries in the orange list, such as France, the USA or Italy, there is a mandatory 10-day quarantine upon return with the possibility of shortening after a negative coronavirus test. Upon arrival from the countries on the red list, which currently includes India and where Turkey, the Maldives and Nepal will arrive from 12 May, quarantine is required with supervision at the hotel. The government advises people not to go to countries outside the green list for recreation at all.


Source: EuroZprávy.cz by eurozpravy.cz.

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