Every country on the travel red list is 'set to be removed'

No one will have to pay to quarantine in hotels following the move.

10/28/2021 5:12:00 PM

BREAKING: Every country on the travel red list is 'set to be removed'

No one will have to pay to quarantine in hotels following the move.

SharesThe travel system is here to stay, despite all countries reportedly turning green (Picture: Getty Images)All countries will be removed from England’s red list in a major boost for the travel industry, it is understood.No one will be forced to pay thousands to quarantine in hotels following the move.

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But the travel system will reportedly remain in place – meaning any country could still flip from green to red in the future.There are currently just seven countries on the red list – Colombia, Peru, Panama, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Venezuela and Ecuador

The news has not been officially confirmed by the Department for Transport but an announcement is expected later, the BBC reports.The rules will apply to England only, with the leaders of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland making their own judgements. headtopics.com

For the past eight months, those arriving from red list destinations have been ordered to spend £2,285 on 10-day stays in Government hotels.It comes after holiday rules for fully vaccinated people were relaxed further this week.Travel has been made cheaper and easier for people in England (Picture: Amer Ghazzal/REX/Shutterstock)

Double-jabbed passengers coming from green list countries no longer need to take a pricey PCR test when they land in the UK.Instead, they can take a cheaper lateral flow test for as little as £22.This is a breaking news story, more to follow soon…

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Holbornlolz Logical really, as the U.K. probably has the world’s highest infection rate. Safer for most travellers to be anywhere than the U.K. coronavirus But we can’t trust them. That shows we here in 2UK have much higher infection rates. Excellent news ..let the World become a place of freedom to enjoy .

My vaccine status is missing? Holbornlolz But Twitter said….. so, they're no longer countries

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