Those entering the UK after May 12 will have to quarantine the hotel for 10 days
The UK has added Turkey to the red list, after May 12, those coming from Turkey will have to stay in quarantine for ten days.
Grantia Sheppard, Britain’s transport secretary, says it will be possible to go on holiday abroad from May 17.
The UK has introduced a traffic lights system for overseas visitors, under which the red, amber and green categories have been determined based on the risk of coyotes.
Visitors from Green List countries will not have to quarantine at a hotel or home.
The British government has also added Turkey, Maldives and Nepal to the red list.
Authorities have included 12 countries on the green list, including Portugal, Gibraltar, and Israel, while Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Brunei, Iceland, the Falklands, Ireland, Azores and Madeira have been included in the green list. Faroe Islands are included.
In addition, France, Spain and Greece have been added to the Kumber list. Those from these countries will have to stay in quarantine for 10 days.
On the other hand, the British government has also tightened travel arrangements for its citizens, citizens will need a good reason to go abroad, while going on holiday will be fined. In addition, all passengers must fill out the locator form and undergo a quad test before departure.