According to the Guardian newspaper, the decision could be announced on Wednesday after a cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
The newspaper added that the exemption will only be valid for those who have received the two corresponding doses of vaccines authorized in the UK (AstraZeneca / Oxford, Pfizer / BioNTech, Moderna and Janssen).
For its part, the Financial Time indicated that US and European citizens must still submit a negative result for a Covid-19 test before traveling, and submit again on the second day of their stay in British soil.
In response to a question about the press reports of the Sky News series, the Minister of Work and Pensions, Therese Coffey, said that there is still no decision in this regard, although she confirmed that the Council of Ministers will analyze the issue in the next few hours.
The official also noted that the matter was also touched upon by Johnson and US President Joe Biden at the G7 summit last June, so it wouldn’t be surprising if they looked for ways to facilitate travel between the two countries. the two countries.
The deputy head of the opposition Labor Party, Angela Rayner, considered for her part that it would be irresponsible to exempt travelers from other countries from self-isolation, whether they have been vaccinated or not.
We know that the Delta variant came from abroad and forced to delay the lifting of some restrictions, and caused many infections, so we have to make sure that we do a proper analysis of the situation and implant an international vaccine passport, Reiner told Sky News.
So far, only fully vaccinated British and Irish nationals and UK residents can skip the mandatory 10 days of self-isolation for people entering the country from “amber” listed sites.
The “traffic light” set by the British authorities also has the “green” category, since only a few destinations are allowed to travel freely; and ‘red’, as it is not advised to go, due to having to bear all the expenses of being quarantined in a government-appointed hotel upon return.
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