The UK government is announcing an updated list of ‘green’ countries where UK travelers will be able to travel and not self-isolate when they return to their home country.
Wales has so far adopted the same list of countries for foreign travel purposes as the UK Government and Westminster are releasing their updated lists today, Thursday, 3 June, moving countries between the green, amber and red lists. can see.
People returning to the UK from green spaces are not required to self-isolate, and only need to take a post-arrival coronavirus test.
Travelers returning from Amber List locations – which currently include popular hotspots such as Spain, France, Italy and Greece – will have to be in home quarantine for 10 days and undergo two tests upon arrival, while traveling to Red List countries There is restriction. Anyone flying from a Red Listed country must go directly to an airport hotel under quarantine conditions and stay there for 10 days.
On Wednesday, Boris Johnson warned that the government would have “no hesitation” on countries moving off the green list if necessary and said it would “wait and see” that United before announcing changes to the travel list. What are the recommendations of the Center for Biosafety.
It comes as there is growing concern about plans to further ease lockdown restrictions in Wales and England.
Mr Johnson has said there is “nothing in the data at this time” to stop England from ending domestic COVID-19 restrictions on 21 June, although he and his ministerial colleagues have been on the Indian side as cases increase. Caution is urged.
However in Wales, Health Minister Eluned Morgan has said that the emergence of Indian COVID clusters in the Llandudno region is “very serious” and could affect plans to move to COVID Alert Level 1 in Wales from Monday, 7 June.
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