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Which countries are still off-limits to go to? THE LAST SEVEN COUNTRIES ON THE TRAVEL WARNING LIST WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE LIST NEXT WEEK The Dominican Republic, Colombia, Peru, Panama, Haiti, Venezuela, and Ecuador will be removed from the list at 4 a.m. on Monday, according to the administration. Travelers arriving in the UK from these countries who are fully vaccinated will no longer be required to stay in quarantine for ten days. As of Monday, there will be no countries where British citizens are prohibited from traveling. Regardless of whether or not there are any countries on it,…

Flights to New York have increased by nearly 300 percent in a DAY as the border ban is relaxed, and Brits are enthusiastically planning trips to the United States. As Brits began to plan their travels to America, the cost of airfares to New York increased by nearly 300 percent in a single day. It comes after the US relaxed its border ban on November 8, allowing UK travelers to enter the nation once more. However, as more people used airline websites to book their vacations abroad, rates skyrocketed. According to SkyScanner, British Airways flights from Heathrow to JFK in…

When will the next UK travel update be released? The government has stated that the red list will be phased off, bringing international travel closer to normalcy. Covid testing and ‘precautionary measures’ will remain in place, but when the requirements are reduced, flying should get easier. The United Kingdom’s travel policy is reviewed every three weeks, with the next one scheduled for November 18, 2021. There is currently no set timing for the announcement to be made. Normally, no formal notice is made, but any past modifications were detailed on Transportation Secretary Grant Shapps’ social media pages. The remaining seven…