Information presented British Press, Which explains why it is based on an increase in epidemics in the country and the emergence of new variants in Europe.
Removing the green list again makes it mandatory to comply with the 10 days of isolation upon arrival in the UK, as well as payment for two PCR tests.
People coming to the UK from countries on the amber list are required to take two tests after arrival – one on the second day and one on the eighth day – and depending on their respective privacy, one test may be reduced if submitted. On the extra negative fifth day.
No other country will be moved from “amber” to “green” in the British Government’s Travel Traffic Light System Review.
Currently, the “traffic lights” system is in practice, with three different colors of green, amber and red, which vary depending on the level of danger in the country of origin. Each color has different specific rules regarding the number of PCR tests required when returning to the UK and the need for isolation.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had already said he would not hesitate to make changes and, if necessary, change countries from green to red list.
An updated list of approved destinations for non-essential travel is expected to be announced later this Thursday