Changes to the travel traffic light system were announced last month, with several new countries on the green list.
Travel lists were unveiled during the ban on foreigners Holidays The lockdown was lifted on May 17 as part of the roadmap.
Floors are classified as green, amber, or red, depending on the severity and risk of corona virus.
So far, only a select few countries have made it to the ‘green list’ – where passengers do not need to be quarantined on their return to England.
The Covid PCR test must be taken 72 hours before departure, and two days after return.
However, the latest survey confirms that popular tourist destinations, including Malta, Madeira, and Blair Island, will be on the green list from June 30.
With a large number of places in the Amber list, the list is still limited.
And a huge chunk of those ranked in the green are on the ‘watch list’ – where they can be moved without warning.
What we know about the next review is:
When is the green list reviewed?
When the government announced the travel traffic light system on Monday, May 17, it was confirmed that a review would be conducted every three weeks.
Announcements by the Transport Secretary are always made on Thursdays.
The first incident took place on June 3, the second on June 24.
So the next update is expected on Thursday, July 15th – with the changes coming into effect next Wednesday.
Usually, announcements come at the end of the day, so we’re likely to hear the results from 5pm.
Full vaccination is a hope for travelers
As part of the latest review on June 24, the government confirmed that it intends to fully vaccinate travelers not to quarantine them when traveling from amber-listed countries at the end of the summer. Big.
He also announced that his goal was to remove the admonition to travel to countries with amber lists.
More information may be provided in the next review on July 15.
People returning to the UK for a ten-day trip to Amber must quarantine at home, and take at least two post-test tests.
The Department of Transportation said: “As part of the recognition of our local domestic vaccination program and as part of the Global Travel Task Force’s outpost review, we intend to bring fully vaccinators later this summer. People will not have to quarantine when traveling from Amber.
“We expect this to be phased out, starting with UK residents,” he said. They will still need to take tests and tests before departure the next day, and any positive results will be consistently sorted out to yield different results.
At the same time, we intend to remove the directive that people should not travel to amber countries. Pending decisions on whether to formally offer immunization to under-18s, we will also seek clinical advice to provide safe replacement of quarantine for children with adults who have been vaccinated with regular polio vaccines. Can or can’t
“Further details will be set next month, including the rules that apply to children and those unable to be vaccinated, how we will implement this approach at the border, and the dates on which these changes will take place. Will come into play. “
The following countries and territories will be on the green list on June 30 at 4 p.m.
Antigua and Barbuda
British Antarctic Territory
British Indian Ocean Territory
British Virgin Islands
South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
St. Helena, Ascension and Tristan Donna
Turks and Caicos Islands