Index – Abroad – From July 19, the British government will provide important facilities for travelers
As of July 19, arrivals from Great Britain who come from countries classified as yellow or high risk by the British government, including from Hungary British Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced that they will return to England and have received two doses of the coronavirus vaccine as part of Britain’s vaccination campaign.
In a briefing to members of the House of Commons in London, Shapps stressed that the measure has so far “favored” those who have received two doses of the vaccine in the United Kingdom.
He added that the British government was already working to extend the measure to ease restrictions on entry for foreigners from important tourist markets, including the United States and European Union countries, “later in the summer”.
The foreign secretary emphasized that while the easing was being done, the government’s recommendation would disqualify those living in Britain from doing so. yellow class of visiting countries.
The Minister for Transport said that under the new rules, arrivals from yellow countries must take a coronavirus test no more than seventy-two hours before departure or the second day after arrival in England, but are exempted from the eighth day after arrival. MTI reported that the quarantine is for ten days.