Under Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s green light program, people from Britain could fly to Gibraltar and Malta, but not Spain and Greece, the Sun reported Tuesday.
According to the newspaper, the two small sunspots of the Mediterranean will be announced this Friday and will be on the green list of unquarantine trips after May 17th.
The green status of these locations means that British people can visit them with two COVID-19 tests on their return.
Spain and Greece are likely to have to wait until the June review, citing sources, the report added.
According to the newspaper, these two countries are likely to be on the “amber list” and can be visited, but must be quarantined for 10 days when returning to the UK.
According to Sun, most popular destinations, including France, will have Green Travel by the summer vacation of school in July.
Trade Minister Liz Truss said on Tuesday that the UK will release a green list of countries where people can travel on vacation and will put in place appropriate procedures to ensure that travel is safe. ..
Spain and Greece excluded from UK travel “green list”-Sun-SABC News
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