People travelling to the United Kingdom from Canada and Denmark will not need to self-isolate as the UK's latest coronavirus travel rules come into force.

Finland, Switzerland, the Azores, Liechtenstein and Lithuania are also on the "green list" as of now. Travellers to the newly red-listed Thailand and Montenegro now need to self-isolate in government-approved hotels. 

All arrivals must take at least one COVID test  but many countries have banned UK residents from entering.

Travellers arriving from Green List countries are not required to quarantine upon their return to the UK - whether or not they have had two doses of the coronavirus vaccine. 

However, they are to be tested before returning to the UK, and have to book a test for the second day after their return, and fill out a traveler location form.

UK Travel Guidelines

1. Countries are listed in different colors based on the status of coronavirus in each nation.
2. Travellers in the Green List are said to have the lowest risk and therefore do not require isolation, although testing is required on the first and second days of arrival.
3. Most countries including the UK's most popular holiday destinations are on the Amber list.
4. Amber List arrivals do not need to be fully vaccinated or isolated if they are under-18s but testing does require testing prior to arrival and two days after landing.
5. People who don't have both jobs yet will need to be isolated and take additional coronavirus tests.
6. Only British citizens can enter the UK directly from a Red Listed country and must pay for quarantine in special hotels and be tested.


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