There are no new travel corridors until January 7 in the new push to create the holidays
How to get the Covid test for your Christmas holiday test You can travel between the levels at Christmas to free up the fight to maintain the demand of suppliers? Travel quarantine will take five days – the answer to all your questions The 23 countries you can still (potentially) visit will not be added to the list of travel corridors until the new year, although some “emergencies may be removed”. In announcing a change to the roster of quarantine-free destinations in its weekly update on Thursday evening, the transport secretary, Grant Shops, confirmed via Twitter that there would be no change as early as January 7th. Tour operators have been frustrated by the consistent omission of holiday favorites in South Africa, Jamaica and Egypt, all of which have much lower weekly coronavirus cases than the UK. There was further mistrust after the removal of Namibia, Uruguay and the U.S. Virgin Islands – all three of which were given only one travel corridor last month. It leaves the UK with only 23 holiday destinations that can be booked at Christmas time between Massira, Maldives and Chile, open to tourists, and on the UK’s segregation-free list, with new restrictions taking effect on 19 December, meaning 10 days for returnees to England. Must be isolated, or have to pay for a government combat test to get a chance to leave secession after five days. Scroll down for more updates.