September 23, 2021

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The poles in the UK still need to be isolated

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On Wednesday night, seven European countries were added to the English “green list” of travelers – countries you can travel to regardless of vaccination and not isolated on return. Contrary to media speculation, Poland is not in the group.

These seven countries Germany, Austria, Norway, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia and Latvia, but only the last two accept UK citizens who are not isolated. Once these changes take effect, 36 countries and territories will be on the green list, 16 of which are under surveillance, meaning they can be edited. After returning from Green List countries, you do not have to be alone for 10 days, regardless of whether the person has been vaccinated or not.

France has moved from “yellow plus” to the yellow listThis means that those who have been vaccinated do not have to be isolated at home once they arrive. India, Bahrain, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates are on the red list from red to yellow, meaning that citizens and residents of the United Kingdom or Ireland are not currently allowed to enter these countries – and will be released from the UK if they are not vaccinated or vaccinated in lieu of pay isolation. Mexico, Georgia, Reunion and Mayot turned in the opposite direction, while Spain escaped this fate. The British media has been writing for days that this could cause serious confusion as the number of Britons in Spain today is estimated at one million in the UK.

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All changes will take effect Saturday from 4:00 p.m. Also they only apply to those coming to the UK, but officials in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland usually synchronize their itinerary with English, so they expect the same results to be announced soon.

On the other hand, from August 12, residents of the United Kingdom or Ireland will have to pay the price of isolating the hotel once they arrive from the red-listed countries. For one person, it costs £ 2,285 instead of 7,750, and if two adults share a room together, the cost for another person increases from £ 650 to, 4,130. As the UK government has made clear, the new prices better reflect the actual cost of backup. More than 50 countries are currently on the red list.

London Partomis Nietzsche (BAP)

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