Botswana and Saudi Arabia added to UK’s travel corridor list

After analysis of the Coronavirus situations in the nations, the government of the United Kingdom on December 11 added Botswana and Saudi Arabia to its travel corridor list.

In a directive issued, the U.K. government said, “From 4am on Saturday 12 December 2020, passengers arriving to England from these destinations will no longer need to self-isolate so long as they haven’t been in or transited through any other non-exempt countries in the 14 days preceding their arrival.”

However, the travellers including those from destinations not included in the list, will have to provide a complete passenger locator form on arriving in the United Kingdom.

It must be noted that the lockdown in the country was lifted on December 2 and the government allowed non-essential travel to some international regions.

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