Government United Kingdom The color system will be announced this Friday. The system will take effect “at the earliest” on May 17, and will distinguish different countries/regions based on colors. Coronavirus prevalence, Its standards stipulate the obligation to conduct tests before and after arriving in British territory under any circumstances.
Chief Executive Boris Johnson It has not revealed which countries will fall into each of these three categories (planned to do so in May), but they have begun to clarify the system that may take effect in the summer.
The authorities will consider things like morbidity, Percentage of vaccinated population, The popularity of the new version and the availability of reliable data are distinguished between different countries in three different colors (red, amber and green).
For areas deemed to have a higher risk (which will be classified as red), standards similar to the current standards will be maintained so that travelers from these countries/regions can learn from them They must stay isolated I stayed in the hotel for ten days and conducted a total of three tests, one before the trip, and the other two tests on the second and eighth days after arriving in the UK.
For amber countries/regions, a ten-day quarantine is also provided. It doesn’t have to be in a hotel And the same number of tests, although you can choose to test on the fifth day to isolate as soon as possible.
People arriving in the UK from the green marked area must be tested before traveling and then another test on the first or second day, but they must not be quarantined and no further testing is required to prove that the person does not have SARS -COV-2.
After the changes take effect, travelers will not need to show any valid reasons to leave the UK. Despite caution, the government has begun to send out an optimistic message. “I can say for the first time that I don’t advise you not to take a vacation”, Transport Minister Grant Shapps (Grant Shapps) said on the BBC.
“I think this is the first time Light at the end of the tunnel He said, but we emphasized that we must be “excessively cautious,” so a testing protocol has been established.
London plans to review these restrictions from time to time, and its timeline is set to The next key date is June 28 According to a statement from the Ministry of Transport, which also includes updates in late July and early October.
More than 31 million people have received at least one dose of at least one of the three vaccines in the UK, including more than 6 million people who have completed the program with a second injection.The British Ministry of Health has so far confirmed COVID-19 caused 4,370,321 cases and 126,928 deaths.