When Will Spain Be On The Green List?

When will the lists be reviewed? – Transport Secretary Grant Schapps said the lists will be updated regularly. It is expected there will be three weeks between reviews. The first review is reportedly set for the first week of June, with changes coming into force a week later.

When is the next Green List Update for Spain?

What are the travel restrictions for Spain? – Spain has already said they want Brits back from June with vaccine passports or negative Covid tests. Spanish tourism minister Fernando Valdes Verelst said: “June will be the start of the recovery of tourism in Spain.

“By then, we will have a digital  vaccination  certificate in place and we will be able to reopen our borders. ” He said Spain was pushing for the UK’s proposed digital pass to be “mutually recognised”, adding he welcomed  PM Boris Johnson’s plans to restart international travel.

Spain’s state of alarm was lifted on May 9, with current lockdown restrictions differing per region but include night-time curfews and limits on restaurant and bar capacities. Only Portugal, Gibraltar and Israel are the short-haul destinations on the green list.

  1. It also includes Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Brunei, Iceland and the Faroe Islands and the Falklands;
  2. Greece is already welcoming vaccinated Brits , and will allow tourists to use their NHS vaccine cards as proof;

Thankfully UK holidays can already go ahead with group holidays and hotels bookings restarting from today. Couple celebrate end of Spain’s covid lockdown with kiss as thousands party in the streets to big farewell to bug.

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Which countries are on the Green List for Spain?

What are the travel restrictions for Spain? – Spain has already said they want Brits back from June with vaccine passports or negative Covid tests. Spanish tourism minister Fernando Valdes Verelst said: “June will be the start of the recovery of tourism in Spain.

“By then, we will have a digital  vaccination  certificate in place and we will be able to reopen our borders. ” He said Spain was pushing for the UK’s proposed digital pass to be “mutually recognised”, adding he welcomed  PM Boris Johnson’s plans to restart international travel.

Spain’s state of alarm was lifted on May 9, with current lockdown restrictions differing per region but include night-time curfews and limits on restaurant and bar capacities. Only Portugal, Gibraltar and Israel are the short-haul destinations on the green list.

  • It also includes Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Brunei, Iceland and the Faroe Islands and the Falklands;
  • Greece is already welcoming vaccinated Brits , and will allow tourists to use their NHS vaccine cards as proof;

Thankfully UK holidays can already go ahead with group holidays and hotels bookings restarting from today. Couple celebrate end of Spain’s covid lockdown with kiss as thousands party in the streets to big farewell to bug.

Which countries have been added to the Green List?

What new countries were added to the green list? – The UK Government is reviewing the traffic light system every three weeks, with any changes so far being applied across the four nations. Only a few select countries changed to green after the latest review.

  • UK Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announced on Thursday (26 August) that The Azores, Canada , Denmark, Finland, Liechtenstein, Lithuania and Switzerland will be added to the green list;
  • The Scottish Government confirmed that this change would also come into place north of the border;
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Arrivals from these destinations into Scotland will not have to isolate for 10 days on return, regardless of their vaccine status. While many holidaymakers feared that Spain could move to the UK red list after concerns over a rise in the Covid-19 Beta variant, the UK Government has kept the country on the amber list – meaning that travellers coming back from Spain will not have to self-isolate if they have been double-jabbed.

Will Spain be added to the Red List?

Spain’s Covid-19 cases have been declining steeply, meaning it should certainly avoid being added to the red list at this week’s travel review. It looks likely to remain on the amber list , rather than being added to the green list. This means fully vaccinated people do not have to quarantine after returning from Spain to the UK under the current traffic light rules.