After Freedom Day, which saw the end of most restrictions on entry to Britain’s ports and airports, there is increasing pressure for the Government to remove quarantine from UK visitors. The rules regarding British citizens who travel to Britain from the US or EU will be changed starting Monday, August 2.
All Covid-19 safety precautions, which included the requirement that people wear masks when they go to public places in England, were lifted on July 19.
However, there are still restrictions on international travel despite the easement.
It was announced last week that fully-vaccinated travelers from the EU or US will no longer be required to undergo quarantine when arriving in the UK.
The update on travel restrictions will provide much-needed support to struggling tourism and aviation industries.
Exempt are travelers from Norway, Iceland and Switzerland.
Because of concerns about the rise in Beta variants cases, arrivals from France will need to be quarantined.
Quarantine will be required for all travellers from France, even those who have been fully jabbed.
How do Britons return from countries on the amber-list?
Britons who’ve had at least two doses will not need to isolate themselves when returning to the UK.
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Under 18s are not required to be in quarantine according to current rules.
The traveller will have to show proof that they had their second shot at least 14 days prior to traveling.
This can be done through the NHS Covid Pass App.
Adults can also request a NHS Covid Pass letter for proof of vaccination.
Publiated at Sun, 01 August 2021 09:50.41 +0000