Update on our travel plans: Where can we go? Which countries have British citizens been barred from entering?
HOLIDAY-GOERS have been given renewed confidence that the government will shortly relax further travel restrictions. However, because the list is updated on a frequent basis, it’s easy to become confused – here’s a complete list of what’s available right now.
Last week, the government declared that fully vaccinated visitors from the EU and the US would no longer be required to enter the UK for a 10-day quarantine period. This has given the ailing travel industry hope that other restrictions may be eased soon.
While the UK is eager to put pandemic limitations behind it, other countries do not appear to be as eager to do so.
As England progressed to the fourth and last stage of the Government’s road plan, all legislative restrictions were lifted on Freedom Day.
The travel industry is putting pressure on the government to relax limits on overseas travel as well.
Which nations continue to bar British citizens from entering as the UK begins to open its doors to international visitors?
Many countries closed their borders and prohibited international travelers from entering during the epidemic to stop the virus from spreading.
Some countries continue to bar British citizens from entering.
Many people are concerned about the Delta variant’s contagious nature, which accounts for the bulk of cases in the UK.
Many countries now prohibit British people from entering (unless they are citizens or have a compelling reason to do so).
According to Kayak, the majority of British citizens will be unable to travel to 95 countries.
More than 126 nations have allowed Britons to visit with conditions, such as being completely vaccinated or being quarantined once they arrive.
The following 20 destinations are among the 95 countries where British citizens will be unable to travel:
Go HERE for a complete list of where we can and cannot go.
Before you hurry to schedule a vacation to any nation on the UK’s green or amber lists, make sure you examine the country’s travel restrictions.
Although Columbia has opened its borders to British citizens, it remains on the UK’s red list, therefore you should avoid visiting.
Similarly, Bulgaria is on the UK’s green list, but the UK is on their red list, thus no Brits will be allowed to cross their borders. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”