Many holidaymakers are rejoicing after yesterday’s announcement that double-vaccinated Brits can now go to amber list countries without having to quarantine upon their return.
It means many people now be looking to book a holiday, although there are still plenty of rules around travel, including the requirement to pay for a PCR test once you’re back.
Most European countries remain on the amber list – but what are the rules for those travelling further afield to the USA, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean.
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Talks on setting up a UK–US travel corridor are going slowly at present. The US is currently on the UK’s amber list and despite this, most categories of traveller other than American citizens are banned from entering the US if they have been in the UK in the previous 14 days.
Non-Americans have been barred from…