The British authorities have removed Turkey from the so-called “red list” for COVID-19.
Starting Wednesday 22 September, travelers arriving from Turkey will no longer need to self-isolate in designated hotels.
The British government announced on Friday a significant simplification of its rules for international travel to stimulate the tourism industry, including removing the need for fully vaccinated passengers to undergo costly COVID-19 tests upon arrival from low-risk countries.
Pakistan, Maldives, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Oman, Bangladesh and Kenya also left the list.
Fully vaccinated people will not need to take a coronavirus test before arriving in Britain from a country that is not on the “red list”.