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Britain removes Brazil from Covit-19 ‘red list’ – International

The British government on Thursday (7) removed Brazil and 46 other countries and territories from the “red list” of international travel restrictions due to Covit-19, with only seven located in Latin America and the Caribbean.

As of October 11, the UK will be restricted exclusively to British citizens and residents from Colombia, Ecuador, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Panama, Peru and Venezuela.

They still have 10 days of mandatory isolation in government-appointed but out-of-pocket hotels at a cost of 7,750 ($ 2,400) per person.

Of the 47 countries and territories that will be liberated next Monday, there are other areas from Argentina to Mexico that pass through Brazil or Cuba.

“Thanks to the increased vaccination efforts around the world, we are making it easier for families and loved ones to reunite by significantly reducing the number of places on the red list,” Transport Minister Grant Shops said.

Therefore, individuals who have been fully vaccinated under the UK-approved national program coming from this origin will no longer have to test negative Govt-19 before boarding, or have two PCR tests upon arrival in the UK.

Instead, it is sufficient to test a very cheap antigen on the second day of your stay.

Those who are not vaccinated, or whose plan is not approved by London in their country, will be isolated at home for 10 consecutive days and subjected to two mandatory PCRs.

The UK consistently recognizes vaccines being carried out in many parts of the world as part of a drive to facilitate international travel under the intense pressure of the epidemic-hit tourism and aviation sectors.

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So, starting Monday, 37 new countries such as Brazil, Chile and Colombia, Hong Kong, India, South Africa and Turkey will accept the vaccine as valid.