All the green list countries and how easy it is…

all-the-green-list-countries-and-how-easy-it-is…

All the green list countries and how easy it is…

All the green list countries and how easy it is to holiday there
2021-06-03 19:47:00
UK holidaymakers have been dealt a major blow with the removal of Portugal from the green travel list, severely limiting the number of destinations for international holidays in the near future. There are now just 11 countries on the UK's green list and many will continue to place restrictions on UK travellers, including quarantine measures. For those travelling to countries rated green on the current list, the UK rules state you do not need to isolate or quarantine on your return but you will need to take a PCR test 72 hours before your departure, and two days after your return to the UK. Amber countries require a mandatory 10-day quarantine at home as well as a Covid test on day two and eight and people returning from red countries have to isolate for 10-days at a quarantine hotel, costing £1,750 per person. For the latest Hull Live headlines direct to your inbox, click here. While there are still 11 countries and territories on the green list, many are still out of reach to UK holidaymakers (Image: Julian Hamilton/Daily Mirror) Passengers are encouraged to check all requirements and FCDO travel advice before they book any foreign travel to any of the green list destinations. The current green list includes: Australia Brunei Falkland Islands Faroe Islands Gibraltar Iceland Israel and Jerusalem New Zealand Singapore South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands St Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha Below are the entry requirements for each of these countries: Australia To enter the country travellers must have a valid visa, and Australian citizens and returning permanent residents and their immediate family members are permitted to enter Australia without an exemption. There is a mandatory 14-day hotel quarantine in place for all arrivals, which severely limits the numbers arriving, as well as a negative test taken within the last 72 hours. There is no end in sight for the strict border controls, the nation will remain closed to the majority of international arrivals until 2022, its government has said, citing uncertainty around the country’s vaccine rollout and Covid variants. New Zealand Travellers are required to have confirmation of a negative Covid-19 PCR test result in the 72 hours prior to departure and to undergo quarantine or managed isolation in an approved facility for at least 14 days. The country remains closed to almost all arrivals. Less than three weeks after launching a travel bubble with Australia, the quarantine-free arrangement was paused after the detection of coronavirus cases in Sydney. For the latest Covid-19 news in your area enter your postcode below Brunei There are strict travel restrictions in Brunei including a permit from the prime minister’s office at least eight days in advance of arrival, the country also demands a negative result on from a test taken within 72 hours of arrival. If the government of Brunei permits you entry, you will need to go into quarantine on arrival at a government designated facility (usually a local hotel). Travellers are responsible for booking directly with hoteliers and must secure your accommodation before arrival and have proof of their stay to show the airline at check-in. Currently quarantine is between 2 and 14 days. Travellers will be informed of the duration of quarantine on arrival and will need to cover the cost of their stay in their designated quarantine facility. Brunei has also banned any cross-border entry of travellers via land and sea ports, including transits through Brunei except for entry and transit travels that have been granted approval by the government. Singapore Visitors, including Long Term Pass holders, from anywhere in the world are not able to enter Singapore without prior permission from the Singapore government. A PCR test is required 72 hours before departure from the UK, with a negative resulted needed in order to travel. Everyone granted permission to enter Singapore will be tested for Covid-19 upon arrival and arrivals from most destinations will be issued with a Stay at Home Notice (SHN) for at least 21 days at a government designated hotel. The cost must be met by the traveller. All arrivals must have three PCR Covid-19 tests after arrival: one upon arrival in Singapore, one after 14 days and one at the end of their 21 day quarantine period. Masks are compulsory outside the hou

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