UK restores quarantine for travelers returning from Ibiza, Mallorca and Menorca

UK restores quarantine for travelers returning from Ibiza, Mallorca and Menorca

England and Scotland updated their classification of countries according to Covid-19 risk on Wednesday 14 July, tightening their restrictions on travelers returning from the Balearics, but also from Cuba, Indonesia, Burma and Sierra Leone , encountered an increase in contamination. As of 04:00 Monday July 19, the Balearics – these Spanish islands including Ibiza, Mallorca, Menorca and Formentera, as well as the British Virgin Islands “off the green list”, the lower level of the health alert, “on the orange list”, added a The British Department of Transport announced in the statement, the decision was followed closely by the Scottish Government.

This means travelers returning from these islands will now have to follow a ten-day quarantine upon arrival in English or Scottish territory, until they have fully vaccinated UK residents – the lifting of the last restrictions. A change was also supported the following Monday as part of. Related to covid-19. The decision was taken “due to a sharp increase in the number of cases”, the transport ministry explains, emphasizing that contamination has “more than doubled in the Balearic Islands” since the list’s last assessment three weeks ago. Had gone. .

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Even more affected by the virus, Cuba, Indonesia, Burma and Sierra Leone are now placed on the “Red List”, the highest level of health alert, meaning only British residents will be able to return from these countries, And they will have to stay in expensive hotel quarantine for 10 days at their own expense. In contrast, travelers returning from Bulgaria and Hong Kong placed on the “Green List” will no longer have to follow a ten-day quarantine upon arrival in England or Scotland, it has been announced.

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Despite vaccination progress, the United Kingdom, Europe’s second country hardest hit by the pandemic with more than 128,000 deaths, has been facing an increase in contamination attributed to the delta variant for several weeks. The executive estimates 100,000 cases a day this summer.


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