The UK open to tourism with a few exceptions
The UK is open to tourism, at least much more than earlier in 2021. From 1 November, the last 7 countries will be removed from the COVID-19 travel ‘Red List’.
The UK (the United Kingdom or the UK) will remove the last seven countries on their “red list” of coronavirus next week, which currently requires newly arrived travelers from these destinations to spend 10 days in hotel quarantine, said Transport Minister Grant Shapps. The seven countries removed from the list from 1 November are Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Haiti, Panama, Peru, and Venezuela. Britain’s leading doctors ruled that they were no longer worried about travelers from these countries.
England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, all ready for tourism
Shapps said the change would be recognized by England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland and that hundreds of hotel rooms would be kept on standby should authorities decide to put countries back on the red list.
You can now travel to England from 135 countries.
He also said a further 30 countries would be added to a list of nations whose coronavirus vaccinations are recognized by the UK, bringing the total to even more than 135 countries.
Source. Daily Travel
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