Summer agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union. Brussels has suspended legal proceedings against the British government to allow for more bilateral talks on the controversial Irish protocol. London eased travel restrictions yesterday and allowed vaccinated European nationals not to be quarantined when they arrived in the UK.
At the end of a government meeting, the European Union announced that it would treat U.S. citizens exactly as British citizens who had received two doses of the vaccine and would not have to isolate themselves for ten days after returning from countries on the “yellow list”. , Including Italy and almost all 27 people. Those arriving from France must quarantine instead.
EU citizens have no quarantine since Monday
Currently, only UK residents who have been vaccinated by the National Health Service (NHS) can avoid the quarantine when returning from overseas. The new rules will take effect Monday morning. European or American citizens are required to take a test before landing in Great Britain and then on the second day after their arrival. As the “green pass” will be recognized, checks at the borders should not cause difficulties for European citizens.
So the British “Kovid Pass” will be interconnected with many of the European countries that are already recognized. Italy is no longer part of the United States because Rome does not currently recognize the validity of vaccines administered in the United Kingdom. . Despite this, London acted unilaterally to facilitate arrival from the US without waiting for a bilateral agreement.
In fact, the United States has decided to keep the restrictions in effect, not only because it does not accept the British Covid Pass, but also because those who have been in Great Britain for the past two weeks are not allowed to enter the country. Variant “Importing” Delta. U.S. citizens are “strongly discouraged” from traveling to the UK.
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