Even if they are fully vaccinated upon arrival in the UK, visitors from France and India must follow to the 10-day quarantine regulations.
“We’ve taken great strides on our journey to reopen international travel and today is another important step forward. Whether you are a family reuniting for the first time since the start of the pandemic or a business benefiting from increased trade this is the progress we can all enjoy,” said UK Transport Secretary Grant Shapps.
Under the government's traffic list travel system, only persons who had their Covid-19 vaccine in the UK can avoid quarantine when arriving from these "amber list" countries.
“We will of course continue to be guided by the latest scientific data but thanks to our world-leading domestic vaccination programme, we’re able to look to the future and start to rebuild key transatlantic routes with the US while further cementing ties with our European neighbours,” he said.
India remains on the international traffic system's "red list," which prohibits travel and requires returning British residents to stay in a hotel for ten days. By the middle of next week, the status will be reviewed again.
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