UK re-establishes isolation for return passengers from Ibiza, Mallorca and Menorca

On Wednesday 14 July the Govt-19 updated the classification of the UK and Scotland according to risk, tightened their restrictions on return passengers from Balearics, but also increased pollution from Cuba, Indonesia, Burma and Sierra Leone. From 4:00 pm on Monday, July 19, Balerix – the Spanish islands including Ibiza, Mallorca, Menorca and Formentora – as well as the British Virgin Islands “go off the green list”, a low-level health warning, “to the orange list”, the British Department of Transportation said in a statement. This decision of the Scottish Government was closely followed.

This means that travelers returning from these islands must now adhere to ten days of isolation when arriving in English or Scottish territory, unless they have fully vaccinated UK residents – as part of the last departments clearance approved next Monday. Related to Govt-19. The decision was taken “due to a sharp increase in the number of cases”, the Ministry of Transport explains, emphasizing that the number of pollutants three weeks before the last estimate of this list “more than doubled in the Balearic Islands”. .

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Cuba, Indonesia, Burma and Sierra Leone, which have been hit hardest by the virus, are now on the “red list”, which is the highest health alert, meaning only British residents can return from these countries and they will be subjected to 10 days of hotel isolation at their own expense. Conversely, travelers returning from Bulgaria and Hong Kong, who have been placed on the “green list”, are no longer required to observe ten days of isolation when arriving in the UK or Scotland.

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Despite advances in vaccination, the United Kingdom, Europe’s second most affected by the epidemic, with more than 128,000 deaths, has been on the rise for weeks due to delta variation pollution. The administrator expects 100,000 cases daily this summer.

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