The move said the move would allow people “to vacation abroad this summer and also provide a vital lifeline for UK travel operators and those whose jobs depend on the travel industry,” the government said in a statement.
He also added that the full list of low-risk countries will be published next week, and travel to these destinations may continue the following week.
“Our new risk assessment system will allow us to carefully open a series of safe travel routes around the world – this will offer people a summer vacation opportunity abroad and increase the UK economy through tourism and trade,” a government spokesperson said. Said.
“However, if any risks reappear, we will not hesitate to step on the brakes, and this system will enable us to act quickly to re-enforce self-isolation measures if new outbreaks occur abroad.”
In the statement made by the states, the risk of countries is calculated using factors such as “prevalence of coronavirus in the country, our trust in the reliability of their data, and most importantly, the course of the disease in the country”.
“Low-risk countries in the green and amber categories will be exempted from borderline public health measures.”
The 14-day quarantine will remain for “international arrivals from countries that are not yet considered safe, as well as requirements for all passengers entering the UK to provide their contact information.”