The U.K. Government has released 74 countries – Including Spain, Italy, Croatie, Jamaica and more – where it woud allow U.K. visitors to return from, without having to go into quarantine. These would be known as “Travel Corridors”. On July 10th, England is set to lift its quarantine requirement for incoming visitors from these 75 Travel corridors countries. However, according to a report, it is only posssible to travel freely on 25 on the list, leading people to label the guidelines as confusing
There are 59 countries where U.K.visitors can return from, quarantine free from 10 July onwards:
Andorra, Germany, New Zealand, Antigua and Barbuda, Greece, Norway, Aruba, Greenland, Poland, Australia, Grenada, Réunion, Austria, Guadeloupe, San Marino, Bahamas, Hong Kong, Serbia, Barbados, Hungary, Seychelles, Belgium, Iceland, South Korea, Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba, Italy, Spain, Croatia, Jamaica, St Barthélemy, Curaçao, Japan, St Kitts and Nevis, Cyprus, Liechtenstein, St Lucia, Czech Republic, Lithuania, St Pierre and Miquelon, Denmark, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Dominica, Macau, Taiwan, Faroe Islands, Malta, Trinidad and Tobago, Fiji, Mauritius, Turkey, Finland, Monaco, Vatican City, France, Netherlands, Vietnam, French Polynesia and New Caledonia.
In addition, there are overseas protectorates and British territories which have also been added to the list, including Gibraltar, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands and the Falklands Islands.
Source – Forbes