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All You Need To Know About Travelling Since May 17th
Posted on 24th May 2021Is it safe to travel aboard? This remains the underlying question we are asking ourselves before booking a holiday and travelling aboard. With the vaccination roll out currently under way and proving a success in reducing infection rates we finally have hope to travel aboard once again this summer.
Since May 17 under the lockdown roadmap Brits are now allowed to travel to countries on the green list if they follow government guidance. The NHS App will act as a COVID-19 passport showing your level of vaccination against coronavirus and your test results. As each of the nations of the UK has different guidance when returning from abroad, please check https://www.gov.uk/travel-abroad for their requirements.
The 12 Countries that will be placed on the UK Governments Green List from May 17 will be Portugal, Maderia, The Azores, Iceland, Gibraltar, Israel, Singapore, Australia. New Zealand, Brunei, Falkland Islands. Faroe Islands, South Georgia, and the South Sandwich Islands. St Helena, Tristan de Cunha, Ascension Island.
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