There are only two unrestricted places on the map for British travelers
OhAs the travel map continues to shrink, British holiday makers have two unrestricted options.
Greece and Gibraltar are next to Germany and Sweden after seeing their travel corridors with England, which was removed yesterday by Transport Secretary Grant Shops. Passengers arriving after 4 a.m. Saturday must be self-isolated for two weeks when returning home.
Overnight travel corridor with Denmark was also cleared following the outbreak of corona virus widespread on Danish mink farms, the mutant strain of the virus going to humans.
The news was announced at 1.30am today and affects travelers arriving in the UK from 4am today – giving only a two-and-a-half hour notice.
Shops said he had made a “quick decision to hastily remove Denmark” from the list of unregulated countries after the chief medical officer recommended 14 days of isolation for returnees.
Those already in Denmark are allowed to complete their journey and must comply with domestic regulations once they have been isolated for fifteen weeks.
The British overseas territory of Gibraltar will be the only place to stand as Greece plans to bring in drastic new measures to combat the rising corona virus cases.
While the majority of Britons are currently banned from traveling abroad due to the Covit-19 activities – the UK entered into a second lock yesterday – they are limited when it comes to allowing overseas vacation choices.