The Government has published the list of 73 countries and territories that people can travel to England from without quarantining from July 10.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has also updated its advice to exempt 67 countries from its all but essential international travel guidance, to take effect from Saturday (July 4).
The FCO said the countries included were “no longer presenting an unacceptably high risk to British people travelling abroad”.
From 10 July you will be able to travel to certain countries and territories without having to self-isolate on returning to England. 🛫🚄â´ï¸— Dept for Transport (@transportgovuk) July 3, 2020
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Here is a list of the countries and territories covered by both the change in FCO advice and the quarantine exemption:
Antigua and Barbuda
St Kitts and Nevis
St Pierre and Miquelon
Trinidad and Tobago
🌍From the 4th July travel advice for some countries will be changing. The coronavirus pandemic is ongoing and travel will be different.— FCO travel advice (@FCOtravel) July 3, 2020
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The list of countries which are not covered by the change in FCO travel advice but are on the quarantine exemption list include:
Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba
And here are other territories and countries from which returning travellers will not be exempt from quarantine but are covered by the updated FCO advice:
Portugal (The Azores and Madeira only)
South Georgia & the South Sandwich Islands
St Vincent and The Grenadines
Turks and Caicos Islands
Wallis and Futuna