The countries exempt from England’s travel quarantine

Switzerland, Jamaica and the Czech Republic are the latest countries to be removed from England’s list of travel corridors. 

English travellers are currently able to visit a select number of countries without facing a 14-day quarantine, under plans first announced in July by the Government.

The Transport Secretary Grant Shapps provides weekly updates on which countries the Government has abandoned its quarantine policy for. They are:

Germany

New Zealand

Antigua and Barbuda

Greece

Norway

Aruba

Greenland

Poland

Australia

Grenada

Réunion

Guadeloupe

San Marino

Hong Kong

Serbia

Barbados

Hungary

Seychelles

Iceland

South Korea

Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba

Italy

Ireland

St Barthélemy

Curaçao

Japan

St Kitts and Nevis

Cyprus

Liechtenstein

St Lucia

Lithuania

St Pierre and Miquelon

Denmark

Dominica

Macau

Taiwan

Faroe Islands

Fiji

Mauritius

Turkey

Finland

Vatican City

Vietnam

French Polynesia

New Caledonia

Slovenia

Slovakia

Latvia

Estonia

St Vincent and the Grenadines

Brunei 

Malaysia

Portugal

British Virgin Islands

Cayman Islands

Cuba

Gibraltar

Mauritius

Montserrat

New Caledonia

Bermuda

Anguilla

British Antarctic Territory

 

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