The United Kingdom began yesterday (11) to facilitate the arrival of people from countries such as India, Brazil and Turkey, and to drop the isolated requirements for Kovit-19 for 47 locations, including South Africa, in the last phase of easing the rules. .
The UK tourism industry has lost two summers after travel restrictions imposed to prevent the spread of Govt-19 prevented many from going on holiday.
Airlines such as Ryanair and EasyJet, costly tests and frequently changing restrictions have delayed any recovery, leaving the industry in the country with its European counterparts.
On the 30th, the Transport Minister said the Grand Shops would remove 47 seats from the red list, requiring passengers to be isolated for ten days in a hotel. Seven countries are on the list, including Colombia, Ecuador, Panama and Venezuela.
“Restoring people’s confidence in the journey is crucial to rebuilding our economy and balancing this country,” he said. “With fewer restrictions and more people traveling, we can all safely advance on the path to recovery.” (Brazilian company)
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