The latest government travel review has seen a small number of countries added to the green list – meaning travellers no longer need to quarantine upon arrival in the UK.
However, a number were moved into the amber and red lists which will have sun-seeking Brits anxious about what coronavirus travel restrictions are in place.
Among the newest additions to the green list were Canada, Denmark and Switzerland – all popular destinations for travellers from the UK.
But what was the news for Germany in the government’s latest review of restrictions, and what restrictions are in place?
Fortunately for those 2 million yearly Brits who head to the likes of Berlin, Munich and Cologne, Germany is indeed on the green list.
That means that there is no need to quarantine upon return to England unless travellers have tested positive for coronavirus.
Travellers must take a Covid-19 test in the three days before travelling to England, and after arriving must take another test on or…