The Azores government welcomed the addition of the archipelago to the “green list” for international travel to the United Kingdom, which it considers “recognition of the evolution of the struggle against Govt-19 in the archipelago”.
“The Azore government is pleased with the UK’s decision to add the region to the ‘green’ list for international travel, acknowledging the evolution of the struggle against Govt-19 in the archipelago.”
The British decision was communicated in a letter to the President of the Government [Regional]Jose Manuel Poliro, United Kingdom Ambassador to Portugal, Christopher Cyndi, Mentioned in the same publication.
The Azorian administrator of the PSD / CDS-PP / PPM alliance underscores that “from Monday, there will be no need to isolate anyone traveling from Assos to the United Kingdom.” It refers to “tourism booms and added value to various economic sectors” in the region.
Recalling the Assyrian government’s recognition of the region as “the safest place in Europe by 2021” (European Safe Target 2021), “a remarkably effective epidemic in the fight against” the best conditions for tourism in an increasingly clear way “and” sustaining itself, with great anticipation, gain, safety, and unforgettable Visit by all who are looking for experience ”.
The UK Department of Transportation announced on Thursday Azores, Along with other regions and countries, will go on the “green list” for the first trip on Monday and will not need to be isolated upon arrival.
According to the list update, which will be carried out every three weeks, the British government will require passengers from Azor to submit one test to another in the UK before departure for Covit-19, but no longer an isolation period is required.
The Azores will join the Madurai Autonomous Region at 4:00 am on Monday, which was added to the “Green List” at the end of June.
Mainland is on the “yellow list” of Portugal.
Passengers arriving in the UK from a country on the “yellow list” and who have already been fully vaccinated against Covit-19 must undergo two screening tests before and during the trip and be exempted from isolation.
Passengers who have not been vaccinated or who have been incompletely vaccinated must undergo two PCR tests within the first eight days of arrival and complete the 10-day isolation period.
As of Monday, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Lithuania and Switzerland will also be added to the “green list”.
Thailand and Montenegro, by contrast, are now on the red list, meaning they must be in compulsory solitude at a hotel chosen by the British government, except to be tested negative when they arrive three days earlier, which costs 2,660 euros.
According to a recent report by Agency France-Press, the new corona virus recorded since the onset of the Govt-19 epidemic has caused at least 4,472,486 deaths worldwide out of more than 214.5 million infections.
In Portugal, since March 2020, 17,703 people have died and 1,030,791 confirmed infections have been reported, according to the Directorate of Health.
Respiratory disease is caused by the SARS-CoV-2 corona virus, which was discovered in Wuhan, central China in late 2019 and is currently identified in countries such as the United Kingdom, India, South Africa, Brazil or Peru.