The United Kingdom is working to conclude an agreement with Brussels to adopt a European travel certificate, even though it is no longer an EU (EU) country, and to allow more travel freedom to its citizens in full during the holidays. Cowboys were vaccinated, but only those who underwent a test 72 hours earlier or recovered from the disease under criteria known as green passports, The Guardian newspaper reported.
Travel restrictions became tighter than expected earlier this summer due to the impact of the delta variation, which is highly contagious – so it creates a new hike in the UK and many more. In countries including Portugal. The United Kingdom has a clear emphasis on this tourism sector because it is one of the largest markets for tourists – it is preferred by all countries in Europe as a summer destination.
The Green Travel Passport was created at the time of registration with the European Union and involves a major legislative effort aimed at facilitating the travel of European citizens who have been vaccinated, tested or recovered. The main objective of the European certification is to develop a tool that avoids the loose rules that different countries follow throughout the epidemic, i.e. on the basis of mandatory isolation or the provision of tests.
But the European certification was designed before the emergence of new types of virus, which caused setbacks in many countries. The purpose is to ‘save the summer’, as people can travel without restrictions and are said to be protected by criteria that are considered ‘safe’, i.e. to take two doses of the vaccine.
The Govt passport became a reality at the end of June, already slightly reversed and an unexpected fourth wave erupted in many countries, imposing even more restrictions on travel instead of liberalization.
Portugal also puts England on the red list
For the British, who have taken two full-scale vaccinations against the cove, the green passport created by the EU reflects a strong belief that they can travel freely again, which is why the United Kingdom is about to finalize a deal with Brussels. According to The Guardian, see participating in this digital certification.
Portugal also put the UK on the red list last week, forcing the British to comply with the 14-day isolation after arriving in the country, except for those who presented evidence of being fully vaccinated. The highlight goes to Germany, which is putting intense pressure on other European countries not to receive British tourists, with the aim of preventing further spread of the delta variation.
Individual rules will continue to proliferate until they are approved by the British at the level of European passports, which allow them to provide easy proof of holiday travel. Spanish Prime Minister Puntare Sanchez has announced that there could be evidence of a complete PCR vaccination to avoid the need for a negative PCR test or isolation for Britons heading to the popular summer destination of the Balearic Islands – a move that needs to be matched to Spain as a whole as they are beginning to grow under his government. Balerix is one of the places where the United Kingdom has created a green corridor since July 1, which also applies to Madeira.
As a European Commission spokesman told The Guardian, “Negotiations are progressing well at the technical level”, considering that the UK is recognized on the basis of the passport, but “it is better for the UK to work together” to achieve that goal now. “But the UK government also fears that a discriminatory system will be created to the detriment of those who have not been vaccinated,” a source close to the newspaper said, adding that Germany was preparing to tighten its travel policy to the British.