Brits on the way? UK to announce changes in travel recommendations for Portugal
The British government should announce changes this Thursday on the need for already fully vaccinated British citizens to travel to countries on its “amber” list, such as Portugal, France, Spain and Italy.
These changes should also include the end of compulsory isolation of vaccinated citizens traveling from the UK to these regions, which promises to stimulate tourism (due to the arrival of UK citizens) in countries such as Portugal, one of Britain’s preferred summer tourist destinations. .
News Presented by Sky News But by other British media. Sky, for example, says the planned changes should be announced this Thursday and take effect about a week to a week and a half from Monday, July 19th.
Currently, the British government is requesting citizens of the country to return to the “amber” -listed countries, which are part of Portugal, where they are in solitary confinement for ten days – an isolation can be carried out in questionable territory, before returning to the UK.
This change should encourage people to leave for countries such as France, Spain, Portugal and Italy, for holiday reasons, details ski.
Still, after being fully vaccinated against Govt-19, Sky says travelers to these regions will have to undergo diagnostic tests on the second day of their return, even if they are not alone for ten days.
Children will continue to be exceptional and will not be isolated when they return even if they have not been vaccinated, but will have to undergo a diagnostic test the second day they return. Those who go to these countries on the “amber” list without being vaccinated must continue to be isolated before moving freely to the UK.