May 31, 2023

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What requirements must be met to travel

The United Kingdom announced this Thursday, October 11, Argentina Leave your “red list” Includes countries considered to be at high risk by the corona virus.

Through this new initiative, the journey of all nationalities between the two countries is being implemented.

This was announced by the British Embassy in Buenos Aires in a statement, at the same time reminding us that our country “Not part of the UK Vaccine Accreditation Program”.

As reported, the steps to follow when you arrive in a European country “depend on whether you qualify as a fully vaccinated person, based on the rules for traveling to the UK.”

To date, certificates issued by the Government of Argentina They are not part of the vaccination certification accreditation program From the United Kingdom. This means that if you travel to the UK with an Argentine vaccination certificate, you must follow the same rules as the unvaccinated person, “he added.

In this context, travelers from Argentina must be tested for the corona virus at least 3 days prior to departure for the UK. Book and pay for the Govt 19 trials on the 2nd and 8th days after you arrive in the UK; And fill out a space form.

When it comes to the UK, you definitely do Isolation for 10 days, Perform a cov test on the 2nd day or before and after the 8th day. These tests must be recorded before traveling.

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“Red List”

Hence the British government Withdrew 47 of 54 countries And the regions that created the “red list” of international travel restrictions due to Govt-19, leaving only seven, all of which are located in Latin America and the Caribbean.

As of October 11, the UK will be restricted exclusively to British citizens and residents from Colombia, Ecuador, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Panama, Peru and Venezuela.

They still have to carry out 10 days of mandatory isolation in hotels designated by the government but paid for by travelers.

The 47 countries and territories that will be liberated from this control next Monday include all areas from Argentina to Mexico passing through Brazil or Cuba.

“We are making it easier for families and loved ones to reunite by significantly reducing the number of places on the red list, thanks to increased vaccination efforts worldwide,” Transport Minister Grant Shops said.