London lifts quarantine for vaccinated travelers from France

Conditions for crossing the canal are easing. The British government announced, Wednesday, August 4, this evening, the lifting of the quarantine imposed on travelers vaccinated against Covid-19 coming to England from France, from Sunday, can we read in UK Department of Transport website (link in english). And so London raises a measure of condemnation “discriminatory” imposed by Paris three weeks ago, and that the government of Boris Johnson justified that presence “continuous” It is a beta variant in France.

And this is how you find France orange menu (link in english), which only imposes a five- to 10-day quarantine on travelers who have not been vaccinated. French Polynesia, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Saint Martin and Saint Barthelemy are also on this list. On the other hand, Reunion and Mayotte, where the beta variant initially identified in neighboring South Africa is located, is designated red, saving for British residents only the possibility of returning to England, at the cost of the hotel quarantine. 10 days is mandatory.

In addition, Spain, the number one destination for British tourists, escapes the red list and remains in orange. India, Berhin, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates left the red list to be classified in orange. Seven countries, including Germany, join the green list, requiring only a negative test before departure and a test on the second day. The rules set by the UK government apply only to England, but local governments in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland generally adopt the same procedures.

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