The British government on 6 July will weaken the rules of border crossing for tourists who travel to certain countries of Europe. About it reports TV channel BBC.
“The government has stated that from July 6 to General restrictions on nonessential travel abroad will be weakened in the UK. Travelers will be allowed to travel to certain European countries without having to go to 14-day quarantine after returning”, – stated in the message.
According to TV channel, a list of travel corridors with Britain due to be published next week. It is expected that it will include Spain, France, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Finland, Belgium, Turkey, Germany and Norway, but not Portugal or Sweden.
Britain will act “traffic light system”, and countries and regions will group on indicators of infection with coronavirus and indicate red, yellow or green.
This step is considered the “lifeline” for the tourism industry in Europe. EU diplomats are also considering removing some of the pan-European travel bans.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson, on 23 June during a speech in Parliament announced commutation of certain restrictive measuresthat were introduced to combat the epidemic of coronavirus. According to him, REstrany, pubs and hair salons in England can be opened from the 4th of July. Also will the ban on the operation of cinemas, museums and other attractions. However, they should not be in close proximity to other working institutions.
According to data from Johns Hopkins University, in the UK a coronavirus infected 311 739 people died 43 598.