The UK has introduced simple travel rules since Monday.
Countries are divided into two categories: red and other. The BBC reported on its website. This two-tier system changed the traffic light, according to the ratio of corona virus that divides countries into red, yellow and green.
Passengers who are fully vaccinated from outside the red list do not have to be tested before traveling to the UK. This applies to those who have been vaccinated in Britain, the European Union, the United States and 18 other countries. And for those under 18 living in these countries.
However, all passengers, except children under the age of five, must Must undergo PCR testing within two days of entry into the UK. The British government has already announced that a cheaper test will suffice for those who have been fully vaccinated since the end of October. However, the government has not yet announced the exact date.
Those who have not been fully vaccinated also need two PCR tests before and after arrival in the UK – on the second and eighth days. They must be isolated internally for ten days.
If they go to red countries, they will be subjected to ten days of hotel isolation upon arrival in the UK, which they will have to pay for themselves. The backup costs 85 2285 (approximately 70 2670).
“Protecting public health is our number one priority,” said British Transport Secretary Grant Shops. However, more than 80 percent of Britain’s population has been fully vaccinated, allowing the government to “take these steps” to reduce travel costs and aid tourism.
According to the BBC, British airlines After simplifying this system, traveling abroad will be easier and cheaper.
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