Madeira joins the “Green List” of the UK, Ireland and Scotland

Madeira joins the "Green List" of the UK, Ireland and Scotland

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The news comes after a half day wait. Madeira Island has entered the “green list” not only of Boris Johnson but also of Northern Ireland and Scotland.

Travel from these three countries on His Majesty’s Island will begin next June 30, and will join 15 other destinations in Madeira.

Malta, the Balearic Islands, the Cayman Islands, Barbados, Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Malta or Montserrat are just some of the 15 destinations that come with Madeira.

In the opposite direction, from the “Amber List” to the “Red One”, six destinations follow, including Tunisia and the Dominican Republic.

It should be noted that until 4 a.m. on June 30, the Ministry of Transport authorized the British to return from Madeira without the obligation of shipbuilding.

“We are going to add Malta to the green list. We will add Madeira, the Balearic Islands, and many other British overseas territories, as well as the Caribbean, ”the British Secretary of State for Transport announced. On Twitter.

In addition, the Boris Johnson government’s transportation grant shops soon agreed to review the reality of United Kingdom residents, who already have full immunizations so they can travel without having to travel between countries on the “amber list”. Follow the shipbuilding period when returning to the British Isles. “We will release more information next month,” the British Transport Secretary wrote on the social network Twitter.

It should be remembered that the Madras government said this morning that it was constantly waiting, still admitting this Thursday afternoon, “There are good expectations, it is very positive.”

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Moreover, Pedro Calado, vice president of local government, said in Madeira, “This is an acknowledgment of the work that has been developed in this area.” The United Kingdom represents more than 20 percent of Madeira’s tourism.

The news of the revision of the United Kingdom lists and the inclusion of Madeira in the “green list” had been in the news in the English media since this morning.

Boris Johnson stated, “Those with two doses of the vaccine have a real chance of opening trips this summer.” Now the confirmation has arrived.

Mainland Portugal is currently part of the “green list” of the United Kingdom, currently Australia, Brunei, Falkland Islands, Faroe Islands, Gibraltar, Malta, Iceland, Jerusalem, Israel, New Zealand, Singapore Cunha, Cayman Islands, Barbados or Balearic Islands (Formentera, Ibiza, Mallorca, Menorca).

In a note issued by the President of the Government of Madiran, Miguel Albuquerque, President of the Government of Madiran, said that the re-entry of the area into the “British Green Corridor” was a “great act of justice” and a “great victory” for the region.

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