After keeping us all on our toes with a delay in releasing the goods, the British government has finally published a list of 59 countries that we can now visit without needing to self isolate!
However, as with any new changes, there is a list of rules that goes alongside these new guidelines.
Here is a basic outline of everything you need to know before booking your summer getaway:
The new rules come into place from the 10th July 2020
You can now travel to these 59 countries without needing to self-isolate as long as these are the only places you have visited, or stopped in during the past 14 days.
This covers all travel, whether by train, ferry, coach, plane or any other route.
While abroad, you will need to comply with the coronavirus requirements in the country you have travelled to- this may include providing your personal details to local authorities.
When re-entering the UK, you must complete a passenger locator form.
The conditions will be closely monitored, and self-isolation may be reintroduced if the situation worsens.
So with no further ado- here is the list:
Antigua and Barbuda
Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba
St Kitts and Nevis
St Pierre and Miquelon
Trinidad and Tobago
Get booking everyone! Let me know where you're going to travel first!