Entry rules for green, amber and red countries explained

By Linsey McNeill
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Overseas holidays will no longer be illegal from England from 17 May, but most countries still have entry restrictions, even those on the UK Government’s green list.

Some are still closed to UK visitors while others require arrivals to take at least one COVID test. A few, including Israel, will only open to fully vaccinated Brits, at least initially.

Travel Gossip has compiled the chart below so you can see at a glance which of the main holiday destinations are on the Government’s green, amber and red lists, plus the key entry requirements for each one. Please click on the image to enlarge the text.

We will keep the chart up to date as events change, but in the meantime please feel free to download the latest version here

Please note, the chart is for guidance only and you should always check the latest travel advice with the FCDO before booking. 

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