British Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said people from countries on the “yellow” list would not need to self-isolate if they had previously received a double dose of the vaccine.
Shapps said that even if the quarantine requirements are lifted, the pre- and post-flight testing requirements will continue.
CONTINUE DECISION FOR RED LIST COUNTRIES
Emphasizing that there will be no change even if the vaccines of those coming from the “red” list are full, Shapps said that the obligation for these people to enter the hotel quarantine continues.
Shapps also warned that travel will not be the same as before the outbreak, even as Covid-19 restrictions on travel begin to ease.
Minister Shapps noted that the next “green”, “red” and “yellow” list update for countries will be on 15 July.
LIST IS UPDATED EVERY 3 WEEKS
The UK updates the list every 3 weeks, which divides countries into 3 groups as “green”, “yellow” and “red” based on vaccination rates, the number of cases and the prevalence of new species, and calls it the “traffic light system”.
Accordingly, British citizens and residents who will come to the UK from the “red” list countries stay in mandatory quarantine for 10 days in hotels determined by the government and to which they will pay their own fees.
Those coming from the countries on the “yellow” list stay in self-quarantine for 10 days at the address they determine, and these people have a paid PCR test on the 2nd and 8th days of the quarantine.
Quarantine is not applied to those who will travel to the UK from countries on the “green” list, and the results of the PCR test they have done in the last 72 hours are requested from these people.
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