The UK government has included Venezuela in its list of countries at risk of contracting Covid-19

The UK government announced on Thursday that from October 11 the Red List will be reduced to 7 countries and proof of vaccination will be recognized in 37 new countries and territories.

Similarly, the red list has been reduced to 7 destinations (Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Haiti, Panama, Peru and Venezuela) with 47 countries and territories canceled as of 4 am on Monday, October 11.

For their part, they explained that 47 other countries where the maximum travel restrictions have been applied so far to avoid covid-19 infection will withdraw from that category, including Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Cuba, Mexico, Paraguay and Uruguay.

For its part, the government announced that it is in the process of expanding the inland vaccinated access system to 37 other countries and regions around the world, including India, South Africa and Turkey, which means that only passengers eligible for vaccinations coming from the rest of the world need to. To take a test on the second day in England.

For vaccinated persons, passengers who are not eligible travelers with an authorized vaccine and who arrive from a destination in the rest of the world must take a pre-departure test, a test on Day 2 and Day 8 and complete self-isolation for 10 days (with the option of a free trial per day Fifth).

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