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This week, the UK Government is expected to announce a ‘green list’ of destinations to kickstart summer holidays. Overseas travel has been off the cards for months, but the traffic light system – due to come into effect on May 17 – will make them possible once again. British holidaymakers will be able to travel home from the ‘green’ countries without needing to enter quarantine. It is expected that only a small number of countries will feature on the green list. The majority of Europe is expected to fall on the ‘amber’ list (meaning home quarantine on return to the UK) and the 40 countries on the ‘red’ list will likely remain the same. So when will the green list be announced? And which countries are likely to be ‘green’? How will the traffic light system work? Green Holidaymakers returning from green destinations will have to take a negative Covid-19 test within 72 hours of departure, and then pay for a PCR test on or before the second day of their return to the UK (even if fully vaccinated). They will not have to quarantine. Amber Holidaymakers returning from “amber” countries will have to self-isolate at home for 10 days. Amber travellers will also have to have a pre-departure test and book and pay for two PCR tests on days two and eight of their home quarantine. If they want to release quarantine early, they can pay for a PCR test on day five (but will still have to take the test on the eighth day, as well). Red British people returning from “red” countries have to quarantine for 10 days in government-approved hotels at a cost of £1,750 per person, with pre-departure tests and tests on days two and eight.
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Holidaymakers could need paper Covid vaccine certificates The destinations likely to be on the travel 'green list' this summer The destinations most likely to be on the 'amber list' Sign up to the Telegraph Travel newsletter Australia will remain closed to the majority of international arrivals until at least the start of 2022, the Government has said. "We won't be seeing borders flung open at the start of next year with great ease," Finance Minister Simon Birmingham told The Australian on Thursday, citing "uncertainties that exist not just in the speed of the vaccine rollout but also the extent of its effectiveness to different variants of Covid, the duration of its longevity and effectiveness." This marks a delay in earlier plans for the country, which is behind on its vaccination drive target, to open its borders by October of this year, presenting a major blow to those who have been separated from their overseas loved ones for more than a year and counting. When international travel does restart, it is likely to begin with 'bubbles' shared with nations including Singapore, Japan, and Vietnam, Trade Minister Dan Tehan stated last week. It comes as New Zealand today stopped quarantine-free travel to Australia's state of New South Wales following the discovery of two cases announced in Sydney. Health department secretary Brendan Murphy said in January: "Even if we have a lot of the population vaccinated, we don't know whether that will prevent transmission of the virus. And it's likely that quarantine will continue for some time." Scroll down for more of the latest news
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