With a number of countries moving from the red to amber category on the government travel list it seems like the world is opening up again and people can once more plan holidays abroad.
The government’s traffic light system has seen an number of updates in recent days with the pathway out of lockdown well under way as the UK’s vaccine program moves into the next phase,
There has been some confusion, however, over ‘mixed messages’ with amber list countries with the Government now advising people not to travel to those destinations on holiday.
At present those countries may have entry restrictions and people must self isolate for 10 days when they return.
Here is the latest UK Foreign Office travel advice for Poland, Bulgaria, Slovakia and Slovenia – all of which are on the amber list.
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