London removes isolation for vaccinated travelers from France

Conditions for going across the channel are relaxed. On Wednesday evening, August 4, the British government announced the lifting of the isolation imposed on passengers vaccinated against Covit-19 from France to the UK. UK Department of Transportation (Link in English). London thus raises the level of condemnation “Discrimination” By Paris, imposed three weeks ago, and justified by the presence of Boris Johnson’s government “Continue” Beta variant in France.

France thus finds Orange list (Link in English)It only imposes isolation for five to 10 days on unvaccinated passengers. The list also includes French Polynesia, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Saint-Martin and Saint-Bartholomew. On the other hand, Reunion Island and Mayotte, initially identified in neighboring South Africa, are classified in red, leaving only British residents with the opportunity to return to the UK, at the expense of expensive isolation. Mandatory 10 days.

In addition, Spain, the first place for British vacationers to escape the red list, is in orange. India, Barheen, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates have left the red list to be classified as orange. Seven countries, including Germany, join the green list, requiring a negative test before departure and a test on the second day. The rules set by the UK government only apply to the UK, but local governments in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland generally follow the same steps.

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