List of countries with changed rules to travel to the UK from published

The British government changed the quarantine list of countries, which affected European, Asian and Pacific countries. Starting November 28, the rules for visiting the country for arrivals from Latvia and Estonia will change. Now, visitors from these Baltic countries, as well as the British returning home after their visit, will face two weeks of self-isolation. At the end of this 5-day period, it will be necessary to pass a test for the presence of coronavirus, and in the absence of it, isolation for arrivals will be completed.

At the same time, a number of Pacific island states, Timor-Leste, Aruba, Mongolia and Bhutan, also leave the English list of dangerous countries to travel from November 28. The listed countries can now be easily visited without the need to subsequently be under observation for 14 days.

Changes in the quarantine policy of England also affected Denmark, the visit to which was completely banned from November 7. The reason for this severe limitation was the rapid spread of COVID-19 among minks on specialized farms in Denmark. Now this country can be visited, but it has not left the English list at all, and after visiting it you will have to isolate yourself.


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