Canada, Denmark, Finland and Switzerland are among the many newest nations to be added to the UK inexperienced journey checklist.
The Division for Transport has revealed its newest adjustments to the COVID-19 journey guidelines, with all the alterations taking impact from 4am on Monday.
Lithuania, Lichtenstein and The Azores have additionally been added to the inexperienced checklist.
In the meantime, Thailand and Montenegro have been added to the purple checklist, that means anybody coming back from these locations must pay greater than £2,000 to isolate for 11 days in a quarantine resort.
For nations on the inexperienced checklist, folks do not need to quarantine when coming back from these nations, no matter their vaccination standing, though they need to take a pre-departure check earlier than flying residence and one other two days after arrival.
In the meantime, fully-vaccinated travellers who obtained their jabs within the UK, EU and US are capable of journey to amber checklist nations and do not need to quarantine upon their return, together with these underneath the age of 18.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps mentioned: “We have up to date our journey lists additional cautiously easing worldwide journey.”
Turkey stays on the purple checklist, regardless of the nation’s embassy in London telling Sky Information earlier this week that it expected the nation to be moved to amber.
Equally, Pakistan continues to be on the purple checklist.
The nation’s high diplomat within the UK mentioned earlier this month that Boris Johnson assured him the federal government was “looking into” the prospect of removing Pakistan from the red list.