UK Government Prepares to Ease Covid-19 Travel Restrictions for Fully Vaccinated People


The government of United Kingdom has now been preparing to allow the people of United Kingdom, that have been fully vaccinated against the novel corona virus for travelling to more than 150 countries, without any need of being quarantined on their return to United Kingdom.

The Officials have now been expecting that, the new policy is going to be signed off by the government of UK in the upcoming days, that will be responsible in paving the way for the re-opening of the international travel to some of the popular places or destinations in the United States and Europe, which are on the amber list of United Kingdom.

The change in the travel restrictions is going to come into force before the month of August 2021, and the ministers of UK are also expecting to keep strict limitations on the number of destinations on the so-called green list for quarantine-free travel after the government provides an update.

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 This decision from the UK government might be responsible in limiting the benefits to several airlines, which includes British Airways and EasyJet Plc, that have introduced the demands for relaxing the border restrictions with the covid-19 vaccines that have now reached to 65 percent of the population of the country.

On 22nd June 2021, Matt Hancock, health secretary of UK said, the whole point of the corona virus vaccination program was for being able to remove the covid-19 restrictions, and they have been working on the plans for the fully vaccinated people by the tests.