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Heathrow and Gatwick: Latest Foreign Office travel advice for the United States, Mexico, and Canada
As the world makes progress with its vaccination efforts, many countries are beginning to relax restrictions around international travel.
This week the European Union announced that the United States is to be added to its list of safe countries, making it easier for Americans to holiday in Europe. While many popular holiday destinations continue to welcome Brits, such as Spain and Portugal.
However, most countries are still on the UK’s amber list meaning travel for leisure is not allowed, and as Covid cases soar here the future of international travel for Brits is looking uncertain.
It is hoped that the vaccine rollout will save Brits’ chance for international travel, as more young people are invited for their jab.
Many people are eager to once again enjoy the freedoms of international travel, but with so much uncertainty it is unclear when this will be.
Here is the latest Foreign Office travel advice for the United States, Mexico and Canada.
The USA has spent much of the last year making headlines for its high Covid cases, and high number of deaths.However, continuing along this pattern, they were now making headlines around the world thanks to their successful vaccine rollout, with a high number of Americans vaccinated.
This success has meant that the EU has allowed non-essential travel from the USA to Europe once again, after previously being banned.
However, travel between the UK and the USA is not back quite yet.
Travellers from the UK were banned from entering the US in March 2020, excluding American citizens and permanent residents.
A new transatlantic travel taskforce has recently been set up to explore ways to reopen UK-US travel.
Until then the country remains on the UK’s amber list which restricts non-essential travel, and means arrivals back into England will need to isolate for 10 days.
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