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Which Countries Are Accepting UK Tourists

Ian Raine May 25th, 2021 4,981 views


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On Friday 17th September 2021, the UK Government announced changes to its International Travel policy for arrivals into England. From 4am on Monday 4th October 2021, the controversial “Traffic Light System” which had been in operation since 17th May 2021 would be scrapped and replaced with a straight forward system of a red list of “Government Quarantine” destinations with the remaining countries being allowed entry into the UK. In addition, it was also announced that PCR tests, currently required for entry into England, will no longer be required from the end of October.

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Restrictions still apply for selected countries even if they are not on the Red List especially for un-vaccinated travellers but may also apply to vaccinated people too. The FCDO (Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office) may advise against non-essential travel whilst your country that you’re planning to visit may have restrictions such as tests, quarantine or border closures. For the latest advice, please check with the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office prior to booking.
 
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