Boris Johnson today announced the next step in easing the lockdown.
Provided that all government corona virus tests are completed, within two weeks, on July 19, the corona virus rules will be relaxed to ‘Step Four’ to remove all legal restrictions and Then the crowd can gather, Nightclubs can reopen and Masks are no longer necessary.
Addressing a press conference to the nation today, the Prime Minister said that the government should work with the travel industry to completely eliminate the need for vaccinators to stay isolated from the Amber List countries for 10 days. Will
He told a Downing Street press conference: “We will maintain strict border controls, including red list and two doses of vaccine.
“We will work with the travel industry to address the need for fully vaccinated returnees from an amber country.”
Mr Johnson said an update would be made this week by Transport Secretary Grant Shops with more details.
As it is, UK travel rules remain the same, as countries are described as ‘red’, ‘amber’ and ‘green’ in relation to specific quarantine rules.
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If you are a British or Irish national or have residency in the UK, you are only allowed to enter England from the countries on the red list.
You must take the Code-19 test before traveling to England, book a quarantine hotel package and complete the ‘Passenger Locator Form’ to isolate yourself with the two Coveted 19 tests.
If you have visited one of the countries on the Amber List, you will have to pay for the Coveid 19 test, the book and the Coveid test for two and eight days after arriving in England and complete the ‘Passenger Locator Form’ even if you need drops Have gone .
You should also isolate yourself for 10 days.
If you have been to a country on the Green List, you will need to take the Covid-19 test before traveling to England, pay for the Covid test on the second day of your arrival in England and complete the ‘Passenger Locator Form’. .
You do not need to quarantine unless the test result is positive.
The government has identified some countries as a ‘threat’ from the green list to the amber list.
These include: Anguilla, Antarctica, Antigua and Barbuda, Balearic Islands, Barbados, Bermuda, British Indian Ocean Territory, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Israel and Jerusalem, Madeira, Monsanto, Deutsche Welle And the islands of Avino and the islands of Turk and Cascos.