Looking to plan your next holiday to a green list country? Here’s what you need to know…
As travel restrictions are finally beginning to ease, a simple traffic light system will categorise the countries we can travel to. This will include red list, amber list, and green list countries, with each colour signifying the different sets of rules around COVID testing and mandatory quarantine.
From July 19, those who have had both jabs will no longer need to self-isolate when returning from amber list countries. For more on amber list countries, see below.
Every three weeks, the list will be reviewed in accordance with public health advice, so please visit this page for updates.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps says countries may be added or removed at each review, but holds out hope that popular holiday destinations will open up over the summer.
Green means you’re good to go, however, it pays to look at individual countries as some have different - or changing - entry requirements, for example, a recent negative COVID test.
Travellers returning from green list destinations will not be required to quarantine, but will still need to take two PCR tests.
You will need to book a test package before you travel on holiday from one of the government’s approved list of providers.
These are the current countries on the green list:
After the Transport Secretary's recent announcement, passengers returning from amber list countries after July 19 will no longer have to self isolate. We strongly recommend looking at individual countries as some may have quarantine-on-arrival requirements.
As with green list countries, you will need to book a test package before you travel to an amber list country from one of the government’s approved list of providers.
These are the current countries on the amber list:
If you aren't looking to fly overseas, you can still travel within the UK and enjoy so much right on your doorstep.
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