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U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced at a press conference Monday that most lockdown
restrictions will end on 19 July, despite the recent rise in daily infection rates of the Delta variant of Covid-19.
However, for the time being, border controls are being maintained, as is the U.K. red
list. Johnson stated that he will work with the travel industry to remove the need for fully vaccinated travelers to quarantine upon arrival from amber list countries. This
is the second formal announcement from Johnson on the suggestion to change travel
requirements for the double-dose vaccinated. However, no dates have been given–which will be disappointing news for the travel industry.
only a handful of countries are on the U.K.’s green travel list, between which people can travel freely for tourist purposes without the need to quarantine.