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2021-07-29 16:19:12

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idc connector factoryidc connector factoryidc connector factoryidc connector factory, Fully vaccinated travelers from the United States and Europe will be able to enter England without needing to quarantine, in a major lift for holidaymakers, airlines and the UK's beleaguered tourism industry.The move will take effect from Monday and brings England in line with the EU on its US policy. Brussels gave member states the green light to open their borders to American travelers last month.However, the British government's move won't be reciprocated by the US for now. The White House said on Monday it would keep its existing travel restrictions in place amid concerns about the Delta Covid-19 variant, meaning travelers from around the world continue to be shut out of the United States.England's shift in policy means that people inoculated in the US or in Europe will be able to skip quarantine by showing proof of vaccination on arrival, if they are arriving from countries on the UK's "amber list." Those travelers can also skip a test on the eighth day of their stay in the UK. Those exceptions had previously only applied to vaccinated Brits returning from amber countries.As well as the US, most EU countries are on the UK's amber list. Only three -- Bulgaria, Croatia, and Malta -- are currently on the green list, allowing for quarantine-free entry for all travelers."We've taken great strides on our journey to reopen international travel and today is another important step forward," the UK's Travel Secretary Grant Shapps said in a statement on Wednesday, hailing the ability to "rebuild key transatlantic routes with the US."