Authorities in Britain have decided to add to their list of travel corridors Denmark, Canary Islands, Maldives and Mykonos, after estimating that the epidemiological situation in these areas has, over the past two weeks, been improving, the British government announced.
The decision will take effect from Sunday, October 25, according to a British statement, SchengenVisaInfo.com report.
“Starting at 4 a.m. on Sunday, 25 October, passengers arriving in the UK from these destinations will no longer need to self-isolate, as long as they have not entered or transited through another non-exempt country in the previous 14 days. their arrival, “ the statement reads.
The UK has also announced that it has removed Liechtenstein from its travel exemption list, due to the spike in the number of COVID-19 infections. Liechtenstein residents wishing to enter Britain from October 25 will need to self-isolate for 14 days.
According to the most recent data published by the authorities in Liechtenstein, the weekly incidence per 100,000 marks an increase from 65.1 on October 14 to 244.9 on October 21, which equates to an increase of 276 percent.
In the UK, more than 810,400 infections have been recorded, to date, while a total of 44,347 people have died.
Since the start of the second wave of COVID-19 infections, on September 18, in the UK, the government recorded a total of 2,191 deaths in the Kingdom, while 1,903 of them were recorded in the UK.
Earlier this month, Britain was removed from its list of travel corridors San Marino, Italy and the Vatican City State, after estimating that cases of COVID-19 infection in these countries have increased.
The British government also announced that it was adding the Greek Island of Crete to its itinerary.
On October 10, British authorities removed quarantine rules for citizens wishing to enter the country after visiting Greek islands of Santorini, Serifos, Lesvos, Tinos and Zakynthos, because this zone is included in the list of country travel corridors.
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