Starting at 4 a.m. on Monday October 11, 47 travel destinations will be removed from the red list, meaning that travelers from these countries and areas to England and Wales will no longer be required to undergo mandatory hotel quarantine – which a single traveler does Returns 2,285 pounds.
The seven goals that remain on the red list are as follows:
- Dominican Republic
Travelers from these destinations must continue to undergo mandatory hotel quarantine – whether vaccinated or not – and continue to have a PCR test before departure and after arrival on the second and eighth days. Please see our Coronavirus Travel Rights for a full breakdown of the rules and our guide to cheap testing for the best prices for PCR and lateral flow testing.
The list of approved vaccination programs is also being expanded
It was also announced that the list of approved foreign vaccination programs for travelers to England and Wales will be expanded to include an additional 32 destinations. This means that travelers arriving from these destinations who have been vaccinated will soon be treated as “fully vaccinated,” allowing them to have pre-departure tests, 10 days of self-isolation on arrival, and the second and eighth days of arrival to avoid. tests.
The vaccination programs of the following destinations will be recognized from Monday, October 11th, 4 a.m.:
- The Bahamas
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Hong Kong
- North Macedonia
- South Africa
- St. Kitts and Nevis
- St. Lucia
- St. Vincent and the Grenadines
It is still unclear whether the Northern Irish and Scottish governments will follow the changes mentioned above, but they have so far followed the same updates when it comes to red list targets and approved vaccination list targets.