Bristol Airport: New red list countries and the travel rules for going there

For those looking to sneak in a getaway before the summer draws to a close, there are a number of countries which could be destinations to avoid.

The latest review of the international travel traffic light system saw four countries added to the red list.

While fully vaccinated travellers do not have to isolate upon return from an amber list country, those arriving to Bristol Airport from countries on the red list do.

Read more: Travel list updates: Latest as green, red and amber lists set for changes

Those that have yet to receive both vaccine jabs still face a period of quarantine after visiting amber list destinations.

Travellers arriving from countries like Costa Rica and Turkey must pay for a stint at a quarantine hotel upon their return to the UK.

Passengers must spend 11 nights in the hotels, regardless of whether they are fully vaccinated or tested negative for Covid.

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Travel restrictions are set to be eased in the UK following confirmation of Step 4 of the lockdown roadmap.

A number of foreign countries are being added to the Government’s Green list and Amber list, which fully-vaccinated Brits can travel to and from without having to quarantine.

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The cost of staying in a quarantine hotel sits at £2,285, after a jump up from £1,750.

The new red-lit countries include Mayotte, Mexico, Réunion and Georgia, joining over 60 countries under the colour classification.

The four countries were officially put under the strictest high-risk category measures on August 8.

Reviews usually take place every three weeks, with announcements often made on a Thursday.

The last update came on Thursday, August 5, therefore the next announcement is likely to come on August 26.

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