Britain has removed India from the red list, traveling will not have to be in hotel quarantine for 10 days

Britain has removed India from the red list, traveling will not have to be in hotel quarantine for 10 days

The UK government also announced that fully vaccinated travelers returning from France to England will no longer have to be quarantined.

Britain removed India from red list

The UK has moved the UAE, India and others from the Red List to the Amber List for international travel, which means foreign travelers who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 will no longer be subjected to a 10-day hotel quarantine Will have. Announcing this new rule, the Transport Department said that this change will be implemented from 4 am local time on Sunday.

The UK Transport Secretary said in a tweet that the UAE, Qatar, India and Bahrain will be moved from the Red List to the Amber List. All changes will be effective from 4 am on August 8. “However, it will be mandatory for people from countries in the Amber list to get RT-PCR test done two days before international travel. At the same time, those who have not been fully vaccinated, will have to self-quarantine for 10 days before Yatera. Also, two RT-PCR tests will have to be done before and after the journey.

The UK government also announced that fully vaccinated travelers returning from France to England will no longer have to be quarantined. Earlier in the month of April, the UK had included India in the Red List for travel.

Earlier on Monday, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday that he wants to see the travel industry moving forward through a simple user-friendly system to allow foreign travel while avoiding new variants of the coronavirus. PM Johnson told reporters, we have to take the people, the travel industry forward once again. We want an approach that is as simple as we can make it.

corona situation in india

In India, 42,625 people were found infected with the corona virus in a day, the total number of epidemic cases increased to 3,17,69,132 and the number of active patients increased to 4,10,353. The Union Health Ministry said on Wednesday that with the loss of 562 more lives, the death toll has risen to 4,25,757. The number of active patients increased to 4,10,353 which is 1.29 percent of the total cases of infection, while the national rate of people recovering from COVID-19 is 97.37 percent.

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