Citizens vaccinated with any of the WHO-approved vaccines can travel to the UK from November 22nd!
Travelers from the EU, but also from other third countries who have been completely immunized with one of the Sinovac, Sinopharm and Covaxin vaccines will be allowed to travel to the UK. The British government has added these vaccines to the list of vaccines approved for domestic and international travel, in line with the list of vaccines approved by the World Health Organization.
Such a decision means that more vaccinated travelers from other countries, especially those in the United Arab Emirates, India and Malaysia, will be eligible to travel to the UK. According to the announcement published by the UK government, the decision will be implemented from November 22.
All travelers who have been immunized against coronavirus and hold a valid vaccination certificate from one of the more than 135 approved countries and territories are no longer required to take a COVID-19 test before departure, a test on the eighth day. or quarantine on arrival in the UK. Instead, travelers are required to pay for a test the day after arrival in the UK.
UK authorities have previously recognized vaccines, such as: Pfizer BioNTech, Oxford AstraZeneca (including Covishield), Moderna and Janssen (Johnson and Johnson).
Based on figures provided by the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 9301900 people in the UK tested positive for Coronavirus and its new strains since the beginning of the pandemic, while a total of 141 people died in the same period. .
In addition, WHO figures also revealed that a total of 29843 people in the UK have tested positive for Coronavirus in the last 24 hours, while 62 people have died. This proves that vaccines work.
In addition, WHO figures also revealed that a total of 29.843 people in the UK have tested positive for Coronavirus in the last 24 hours, while 62 people have died. Such a decision means that all citizens of Ecuador, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Panama, Venezuela and Peru are no longer required to comply with the mandatory hotel quarantine requirements when moving to the United Kingdom.
However, the government has clarified that it is monitoring its border measures, including the red list, while stressing that it will take all necessary preventive measures to prevent a further increase in COVID-19 infections.