By releasing the list of 59 countries and territories that will not have to go into quarantine from July 10, the government of the United Kingdom announced the biggest step yet on the road to recovery.
A list has been published that contains the names of countries that no longer present an unacceptably high risk to British people travelling abroad , of which France, Spain, Germany and Italy form a part. As per the ease of the restrictions, people arriving in England from these nations will not be required to quarantine from July 10.
The government released the list on Friday, July 3, and it must be noted that United States has been excluded from the list. Apart from the U.S., Canada and Portugal have also been excluded from the list, implying people travelling from these nations will mandatorily be required to self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival.