World Coronavirus: For those who want to travel this summer abroad, France will define a classification system
Deadline missed for list of holiday destinations under traffic light system - but 'early May' date set
An initial deadline for grading countries under a new traffic light system for international travel has been missed by the government. © Reuters International travel may be permitted again from 17 May A report last week by the Commons' Transport Select Committee said the lists of destinations should be published by Saturday 1 May "at the latest", although this has not happened. © Other Four tests for lifting lockdown Instead, the Department for Transport said the lists will be made public in "early May".
the United Kingdom also provided for a similar system of fire tricolor to classify countries, including exemption or not the British of quarantine on their returnTourism - The United Kingdom also provided a similar system of fire tricolor to classify countries, and in particular exemption or not the British of quarantine on their return
the Government is working on a tricolor classification system for countries based on the intensity of the CVIV-19 epidemic, especially for the French who would like to travel abroad. This summer, said on Saturday the.
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The Government hopes to end "By the end of the month," said AFP the entourage of the Secretary of State, adding that these lists would be updated according to theA similar system put in place by the United Kingdom on the territories concerned.
"As regards the countries that are outside the European space, (...) there are certain countries, we see, where the variants are still very active, ( ...) And so we will work on lists and colors. There will be green countries, orange countries, red countries, "explained the Secretary of State for Tourism on Europe 1." We are working on these lists in the government and also with our European colleagues, "a- he added.
The United Kingdom also provided a similar system of trafficked fire to classify countries, including or not to exempt the British quarantine on their return. Currently, the European Union has defined a list of third countries whose travelers can be admitted on its territory, whether they are vaccinated or not against COVID. It contains seven countries: Israel,, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand.
British holidaymakers could be allowed to travel to Europe within weeks
Ministers are reportedly considering a handful of countries people from the UK will be able to travel to initially in the coming weeks. Reports suggested the list could include about a dozen countries, although some newspapers have suggested it could be fewer than 10.Several named Malta, Gibraltar, Portugal and Israel as likely destinations to be open to Britons, while the Daily Telegraph said Spain, Greece and France could be added by the end of June.
The authorities of the EU Member States remain responsible for the lifting of travel restrictions on the countries in the list. For displacement between EU countries, the European Commission prepares the establishment of a European health certificate, which it would require operational before the end of June.
Tourism: "We will send heavy" ... The government plan to attract the holidaymakers this summer .
The competition is tough between the European countries © Fred Scheiber / SIPA Tourists take pictures in Toulouse, at the Summer 2020. Operation Seduction - The competition is rough between the European countries despite the tie costumes and masks, it was rather atmosphere beach and petanque on Tuesday at the Ministry of Foreign . Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne, Secretary of State for Tourism, is indeed come to unveil the communication campaign designed to attract the Tourists for the holidays.