Britain will cancel quarantine for those coming from “low risk” countries next week, including Spain, Greece and France.
The British government said Friday, it will exempt arrivals from countries posing low risk related to the spread of coronavirus from the condition of quarantine for 14 days.
The British government will also remove the names of some states and regions from official directives advising citizens not to travel to them except for necessity.
Procedures will facilitate British travel abroad for the holidays, and ministers search for ways to reduce the economic damage caused by the pandemic.
Reuters quoted a government spokeswoman:
“Our new risk assessment system will allow us to open and carefully a number of safe travel paths around the world, but we will not hesitate to stop this if any risks arise”.