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UK Opens for Travel: Where Can You Travel For Summer? - Overseas Travel Confirmed UK Travel Update: British Overseas Travel Confirmed UK Confirms Inte...

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0:00 - UK Opens for Travel: Where Can You Travel For Summer? - Overseas Travel Confirmed

01:37 - British Overseas Travel Confirmed

Excitement is running high as the British government confirmed that it will ease international travel restriction in time for summer.

The British government is set to announce the "green" list for countries that people can travel to on holiday shortly, and will have the right procedures in place to ensure travel can happen safely, said Trade Minister Liz Truss on 4 May.

The excitement had a second wind as the EU proposed to ease restrictions to allow fully vaccinated individuals or unvaccinated people from countries with a "good epidemiological situation" to enter the EU.

According to reports, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is due to announce the covid-safe destinations on 7 May and the list will be updated every three weeks.



02:32 - Traffic Light System

The British government is set to introduce a traffic light system where countries will be labelled green, amber or red, with different rules for returning travellers depending on what list their holiday destination is on.


02:52 - Green list

Travellers will need to take a pre-departure test as well as a PCR test on or before day two of return to the UK.

There is no quarantine required unless a positive test is reported.

03:07 - Amber list
Quarantine is required for 10 days at home upon return to the UK.

Travellers must also take a pre-departure test, a PCR test on day two and day eight. Travellers will be able to avail of the Test to Release program on day five, to end self-isolation early.

03:27 - Red list
British or Irish Nationals or those who have residence rights in the UK will be able to enter the country.

Travellers will be required to quarantine for 10 days in a government-approved hotel. A pre-departure and PCR testing on day two and eight of isolation is also a must.

03:47 - Countries on the UK Green Travel List - Speculations Abound

As a sneak peek at the official list, the UK Foreign Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) has changed its travel advice, declaring which EU countries are now safe for non-essential travel.

The FCDO is no longer advising against non-essential travel to the Canary Islands, five Greek islands, most of Portugal, Malta, Gibraltar, Iceland, and Israel.

It is widely believed that the US will belong on the amber list.

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