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Following the suspension of all travel corridors with the UK back in January this year, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps addressed the nation in a Whitehall press conference briefing on 7 May to announce the first ‘tentative’ steps towards unlocking international travel for England. A traffic light system will be in place, which classifies countries based on COVID-19 risk – a red list, an amber list and a green list.
There was an initial review of these lists on 3 June and a second review on 24 June. On 8 July, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announced that from 19 July, those who had received both doses of the COVID vaccine returning to England from amber-list countries will no longer need to self-isolate for 10 days. A third review, announced on 14 July, places Spain’s Balearic Islands back on the amber list after just two weeks on the green list.
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