English holidaymakers will be free to travel without facing a 14-day quarantine under plans announced on Friday 03 July by the Government.
The list of 50+ destinations means that travellers from England have been given a green light from the Foreign Office to travel from July 4 and will be exempt from quarantine on arrival back to England after July 10. An up to date list of the destinations can be found on the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) website.
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The list of permitted destinations will remain in flux if necessary, with what is described as a “strict handbrake mechanism”, meaning any sudden outbreak of coronavirus in certain countries – or even in particular parts of a country – could require travellers to quarantine for two weeks upon returning to the UK.