With reports of countries moving up or down the list, the government is expected to conduct a review on Thursday August 5.
Britons fear that popular vacation destinations Spain and Greece will follow France on the “amber plus” list, which means vacation plans to these popular spots could be called into question.
Any increase in travel is worrying as the fall could prove to be “a particularly risky point” for the country, have warned scientists advising the government on the management of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The latest estimates suggest Covid infections in households reached their highest level in England and Northern Ireland since the end of January. However, the vaccine reduced the number of people who died as a result of these cases.
The only part of the UK to see a drop was Scotland, according to the Office for National Statistics in its snapshot of the level of infection for the week through July 24.
Despite all of the above, a number of countries could now move to the green list despite this – but it is worth checking the latest advice from the Foreign Office as that does not mean that the country in question is open to travelers. British.
These countries could move to the green list:
- Czech Republic
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