The UK government has made it much easier for British passengers to travel abroad.
As of 11th October, arrivals from 47 countries will no longer have to enter hotel quarantine. They will just have to do a PCR test on or before day 2.
In a major overhaul, only seven countries remain on the red quarantine list, including Peru and the Dominican Republic.
47 countries will open up for travel
Announcing the update on Twitter this afternoon, UK transport secretary Grant Shapps confirmed that the 47 recategorised countries will be moved to Britain’s “rest of the world” list.
The UK’s simplified rules for travel came into force on October 4th, with the traffic light
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