Portugal and Mauritius removed from UK visit “Red List” With the outbreak of the new version of Kovid being the first change after months for international arrival rules to come into force.
This means that people will be allowed to travel from both countries, As well as Madeira and the Azores, back to Britain, and non-British residents and citizens who had previously been allowed to do so, Kovid would no longer have to go into quarantine in a hotel. Guardian.
We remind you that travelers from countries Those who are part of the “Red List” – the now famous Red List – will have to go through a period of quarantine. Therefore, all travelers coming to Portugal from Friday 19 March will no longer need to disassociate themselves in a hotel or in their home.
Portugal (including Madeira and Azores) and Mauritius have been removed The list states, “The following evidence suggests that the risk of importing a type of concern from these destinations has been reduced,” the government says, adding that “Portugal originated from its links with those countries” Measures have been taken to reduce the risk where variants have been created. One is of concern and is now genomic surveillance (they sequence the results of a positive Kovid test). ‘
Compulsory hotel quarantine was introduced last month for visitors to England from Red List countries.
Last updated: Tuesday 16 March 2021, 09:55