Britain will remove the last seven countries from its coronavirus “red list” which has required travelers to spend time in hotel quarantine, transport minister Grant Shapps said on Thursday.
The last seven countries which will be removed from the list from Nov. 1 are Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Haiti, Panama, Peru and Venezuela.
Shapps also said 30 more countries would be added to a list of nations whose coronavirus vaccinations are recognized by Britain, taking the list to over 135 countries in total.
UK set to unveil plans for ‘digital border’Britain is to announce plans for a “fully digital border” including the introduction of US-style electronic travel authorization to pre-check ... Coronavirus
Coronavirus: UK to toughen COVID-19 border controls: MinisterBritain will shortly publish plans for new border restrictions to limit the spread of COVID-19, Minister for the Cabinet Office Michael Gove said on ... Coronavirus