England eases COVID-19 rules for international travellers

England eases COVID-19 rules for international travellers

17/9/2021 7:24:00 PM

England eases COVID-19 rules for international travellers

LONDON: England set out measures to boost international travel on Friday (Sep 17), abandoning expensive COVID-19 testing requirements for fully vaccinated travellers, scrapping its traffic light system and adding eight countries to its safe list. Travellers returning to England from Turkey, Pakistan, and t

LONDON: England set out measures to boost international travel on Friday (Sep 17), abandoning expensive COVID-19 testing requirements for fully vaccinated travellers, scrapping its traffic light system and adding eight countries to its safe list.Travellers returning to England from Turkey, Pakistan, and the Maldives will not have to quarantine on their return as they are removed from the so-called COVID red list for travel, British transport minister Grant Shapps said.

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