The UK government also announced that fully vaccinated travelers returning from France to England will no longer have to be quarantined. Earlier in April, the UK had included India in the Red List for travel.
UK Coronavirus Travel Advisory: The UK on Wednesday issued a new travel advisory regarding the corona virus. Boris Johnson Sarkar said, 'India will be on the Amber List on Sunday 8 August (local time) at 4 am.' Going from Red to Amber list means that now people traveling from India to UK will have to stay in home quarantine for 10 days instead of 14 days.
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London. At present, the cases of Coronavirus are decreasing in India. In such a situation, now citizens of India will be able to travel to the UK soon. For international travel, the UK has moved the UAE, India and others from the Red List to the Amber List, which means that foreign tourists are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. (Foreign Travellers) will no longer have to do hotel quarantine for 10 days. Announcing this new rule, the Transport Department said that this change will be implemented from 4 am local time on Sunday.
The UK Transport Secretary said in a tweet, “UAE, Qatar, India and Bahrain will be moved from the Red List to the Amber List. All changes will be effective from 4 am on August 8. However, it will be mandatory for people from countries in the Amber list to get RT-PCR test done two days before international travel. Also, on reaching the UK, there will be a home quarantine for 10 days and on the second and eighth day, Kovid self-tests will have to be done.
Here are the travel rules for Amber List countries Amber list countries including India-UAE will have to undergo a corona test three days before traveling to London. Its report should be negative. Along with this, on reaching England, you will have to undergo two corona tests. It has to be booked in advance. Travel locator form has to be filled.The UK government also announced that fully vaccinated travelers returning from France to England will no longer have to be quarantined. Earlier in April, the UK had included India in the Red List for travel.
Travel industry was demanding relaxation in rules In fact, compared to many countries of the world, Britain has given full vaccination to a large part of its population. However, the government has banned travel to many places due to fear of new variants of Corona. In such a situation, the travel industry says that it is causing them a huge amount of loss. The economy is also suffering losses.
Earlier on Monday, UK PM Boris Johnson said that he wants to see the travel industry moving forward through an easy user-friendly system to allow foreign travel while avoiding new variants of the corona virus. PM Johnson told reporters, 'We have to take the people, the travel industry forward once again. We want an approach that is as simple as we can make it.