No self isolating / quarantine for travelers from St. Kitts and Nevis to the UK

St. Kitts and Nevis continues to take action against Coronavirus / Covid-19 to protect all the people on our islands. Our policies and prevention are not going unnoticed by the rest of the world either.

Authorities have announced a new list of “travel corridors” where travelers from 59 countries including France, Germany, Italy and Spain and 14 British Overseas Territories will not have to isolate on their own for 14 days on arrival.
The list, which came into force on 10 July, will open foreign travelers to British holidaymakers after four months of lock-up just in time for full travel time, provided there are no restrictions on destinations.
“The government is satisfied that securing these measures in the UK is now safe and introduces travel corridors for some countries and regions,” the UK Department of Transport said on Friday. Said. Statement.
“This applies to all trips to England by train, ferry, bus, air or any other route.”

‘Red list’

The United States is not included in this list of “travel corridors”, which means that its travelers will have to isolate itself for 14 days after entering the UK. This took the European Union’s decision to remove the United States from the list of nations approved for entry earlier this week.
British Transport Minister Grant Shapps said on Friday that the British government is expected to appoint the United States as a “red list” travel destination on concerns that it has a “very high” infection rate.
“Things are under our control here, but we know that [the virus] it’s still getting worse in some parts of the world … I’m afraid there’s a red list, “Shapps told BBC Radio 4.
“The United States banned flights from Britain and Europe from a very early stage, so there is no mutual regulation on site,” he said.
The U.S. has the largest number of coronavirus cases and deaths in the world, with more than 2.7 million confirmed cases and more than 128,000 fatalities. Johns Hopkins University.
More than 52,000 new cases of US viruses were reported on Thursday.
Although arrivals from designated countries will not have to isolate themselves on arrival in the government, the government has confirmed that passengers from the UK must comply with the coronavirus requirements in the country in which they are traveling.
For example, New Zealand is on the UK government list, while Britain requires 14 days in quarantine. Greece on the list banned flights from England until July 15.
For now, the so-called travel corridors will only be valid for the UK, the UK government said that travel information to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will be published in a timely manner.

Countries and regions that are part of the “Travel corridor” list:

Andorra, Germany, New Zealand, Antigua and Barbuda, Greece, Norway, Aruba, Greenland, Poland, Australia, Grenada, Réunion, Austria, Guadeloupe, San Marino, Bahamas, Hong Kong, Serbia, Barbados, Hungary, Seychelles, Belgium, Iceland, South Korea, Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba, Italy, Spain, Croatia, Jamaica, St Barthélemy, Curaçao, Japan, St Kitts and Nevis, Cyprus, Liechtenstein, St Lucia, Czech Republic, Lithuania, St Pierre and Miquelon, Denmark , Luxembourg, Switzerland, Dominican Republic, Macau, Taiwan, Faroe Islands, Malta, Trinidad and Tobago, Fiji, Mauritius, Turkey, Finland, Monaco, the Vatican, France, the Netherlands, Vietnam, French Polynesia, New Caledonia

http://www.insidewalessport.co.uk/uk-unlocks-travel-with-59-countries-not-with-the-us/

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Alexander

Alexander is a long time tenant, owner and even landlord. He's lived all over the world but has spent about half his life in St. Kitts and half his life in Canada. He has a pretty unique view in things as he can see all three perspectives of the tenant-landlord/manager-owner relationship and has experienced it from different countries. Alexander used to work an office job in a suit and tie in the Great White North and decided that it wasn't in his best interest, so now spends as much time in the outdoors here in St. Kitts. Scuba diver, dog owner and avid kiteboarder, he's always looking for that new adventure.

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