Travel update: What are the new rules for holidays in Europe and the US?
Eight more countries have moved off the UK’s red travel list.
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Meanwhile, the US will let fully vaccinated travellers from the UK – and many other countries – visit from November.
Which countries have moved from red to amber?
Bangladesh, Egypt, Kenya, the Maldives, Oman, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Turkey are now amber-list countries. They had been red.
This means non-UK citizens or residents can now enter the UK without having to pay for hotel quarantine.
Aren’t more changes on the way?
The red lists are remaining, but from 04:00 BST on Monday 4 October, the amber and green lists for travel to England, Scotland and Northern Ireland will merge into a single “rest of world” category.
Wales hasn’t yet said whether it will do the same.
What will the rules be on the “rest of world” list?
You will still need to check entry requirements for your destination before you travel.
Fully vaccinated travellers returning to England will no longer have to take a PCR test two days before coming home.
They will still have to take a PCR test two days after arrival. However, from later in October, they’ll be able to take a cheaper and simpler lateral flow test instead – hopefully “for when people return from half-term breaks”, says the UK government.
People who are not fully vaccinated will still need a pre-departure test and a PCR test on days two and eight after they return. They must also self-isolate for 10 days.
Most private providers charge above £60 for PCR tests and £30 for lateral flows.
Test to Release will remain an option for unvaccinated passengers who want to shorten quarantine.