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Now, fully vaccinated adults and all children will no longer be required to quarantine upon returning to the UK.
So, you may now have even more questions surrounding where you can go, what the rules are and what preparations you need to put in place for travel.
Here are the answers to 10 key questions on what is happening:
The amber list features all destinations not on the low-risk green list, or high-risk red list.
That means it covers the vast majority of destinations, including mainland Spain, France, Italy and Portugal.
They must take a pre-departure coronavirus test, two post-arrival PCR tests, and quarantine at home for 10 days.
From July 19, UK residents returning to England will no longer have to self-isolate if they have received both doses of a coronavirus vaccine from the NHS.
Returning travellers will still be required to take a pre-departure test, but only one post-arrival test.
Children returning from amber locations will also be exempt from the quarantine requirement.
The guidance will be scrapped on July 19.
He told the Commons that England must use the “advantages” of its vaccine rollout to “restore many of the freedoms that have been necessarily lost over recent months”.
Firms welcomed the announcement but warned that remaining testing requirements are too restrictive.
Green Party MP Caroline Lucas, vice-chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Coronavirus, said dropping quarantine without “urgent measures”, such as reducing queues at airports and testing travellers for new variants, risks leaving the UK “dangerously exposed”.
The devolved administrations set their own rules in terms of the requirements for arrivals from overseas.
They have not confirmed whether they will be following England’s relaxation.
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