Passengers must be quarantined at the hotel upon arrival.
After the government conducted a travel review, the UAE continued to remain on the UK’s list of red countries.
This means that only British and Irish nationals and UAE residents with UK residency can go directly to European countries-but they must be isolated at the hotel on arrival.
“If you have been to a country or region on the red list in the past 10 days, you can only enter the UK if you are a British or Irish national, or if you have the right of abode in the UK,” according to the UK government website.
But they can also choose to spend 11 days in an amber or green country before heading to the UK.
In addition, travelers returning to England from Ibiza, Mallorca and Menorca in Spain will have to quarantine at home unless they have been vaccinated twice with Covid, as the policy change may give young holidaymakers Bring bad news.
The UK has one of the fastest vaccination programs in the world, but so far, the government has effectively blocked travel to most countries through quarantine and testing rules.
It introduced a traffic light system to rate countries based on Covid-19 risk. People returning from these countries must abide by different rules-from conducting regular tests to quarantining at home and in expensive hotels.
From next Monday, it will allow Passengers who have been vaccinated can travel without isolation All countries except those on the red list that are at the highest risk of Covid-19.
However, the government said on Wednesday that the Balearic Islands will be added to the Amber List, which means that young people who have not been vaccinated twice need to be isolated at home for 10 days when they return.
The British Virgin Islands have also been moved to amber, while Cuba, Indonesia, Myanmar and Sierra Leone have been placed on the red list, which means that anyone returning from there needs to be quarantined in a hotel for 10 days.
The statement stated that the government will include Hong Kong and Bulgaria on the Green List starting July 19.
Red list of countries and regions
-United Arab Emirates (UAE)
-Congo (Democratic Republic of)
-Cuba (currently on the amber list. Will be moved to the red list at 4 a.m. on July 19)
– Dominican Republic
– French Guiana
-Indonesia (currently on the amber list. Will be moved to the red list at 4am on Monday, July 19)
-Myanmar (currently on the amber list. Will be moved to the red list at 4am on Monday, July 19)
-Sierra Leone (currently on the Amber List. Will be moved to the Red List at 4 AM on Monday, July 19)
-Trinidad and Tobago
View all countries on the amber and green list Here.