The government is set to announce that all seven remaining countries on England’s international red list will be removed
International arrivals from Colombia, Peru, Panama, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Venezuela and Ecuador will no longer be required to quarantine…
International arrivals from Colombia, Peru, Panama, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Venezuela and Ecuador will no longer be required to quarantine in a hotel for 10 days, the government is set to announce on Thursday. The system is not being abolished, with countries able to be re-added back to the red list should the need arise.
All countries are set to be removed from the international travel red list today after the Prime Minister’s spokesman said there are no plans to scrap the red list in the way it has been reported.
Govt sources say the Red List will be cut to zero but the legislation and funding for hotel quarantine will be maintained, at least until January, so countries can be added if needed.
What people are saying?
Matthew Tamea Makes no difference if we can’t actually go anywhere due to so many cases…other than potentially making our own situation even worse. We (well, England gov) seem unable to sort our own situation out, let alone catering for arrivals from elsewhere.
Anna Aren’t we blocked from going to many other countries still, like Morocco because of our Covid figures? I still don’t understand anyone who goes abroad for a holiday with all this going on everywhere. I’m dying to get away but there’s no way I would and won’t for a long time.