The British government is preparing to allow its citizens who have been fully vaccinated against Corona to travel to more than 150 countries, without the need to quarantine when they return to England later this summer.
Officials expect the new policy to be approved by the government within the next few days, paving the way for the reopening of international flights to popular destinations in Europe and the United States, according to Bloomberg News.
The change is unlikely to take effect before August, and ministers are expected to maintain a strict limit on the number of destinations in the so-called quarantine-free travel green list when they provide an update this week.
No final decisions have been made on the quarantine policy and green list within the government, and the quarantine policy and green list will be subject to scientific consultation on the epidemic situation.
Source: Bloomberg News Agency