Coronaviruses are expected to make changes to the government’s travel light list amid concerns about the impact on summer programs.

Ministers are expected to update the system on Thursday, where seats are rated red, amber or green based on severity and Govt-19 risk.

Although the UK has various restrictions for travelers returning home depending on where they are traveling, countries also have their own entry requirements between the Govt-19.

Passengers must undergo expensive PCR tests to show evidence of a negative test for the virus, while others have imposed isolation rules.

We look at the latest advice offered by the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) for European tourist destinations in Greece, Spain, France, Portugal and Italy.

Greece

Greece is currently listed as amber on the government’s travel list.

Based on the current government risk assessment 19, the FCDO advises against all other essential travel to Greece, except the islands of Rhodes, Kos, Jacintos, Corbu and Crete.

British citizens can enter Greece if they are permanent residents of the United Kingdom.

Passengers must complete a Passenger Location Form (PLF) no later than 11:59 p.m. M. From the day before your arrival in Greece.

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You must also provide UK assistance; Proof of a negative Kovit-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of arrival in Greece or proof of two Kovit-19 vaccines at least 14 days before travel.

Exemption from the need for self-isolation upon arrival in Greece.

If you do not provide proof of this, the Greek authorities may deny you permission to enter Greece because your carrier will not allow you to travel.

For more information, visit the Overseas, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) website here.

Spain

Spain is currently listed as amber on the government’s travel list.

Based on the current Covid-19 risk assessment, the FCDO advises against all but essential travel to Spain, including the Balearic Islands but the Canary Islands.

As of May 24, entry restrictions and testing requirements for travel from the UK to Spain will no longer apply.

However, UK travelers should be prepared to provide proof of a negative test if they have traveled to a country on Spain’s ‘dangerous countries’ list within 14 days of travel.

All travelers entering Spain must complete a prior notice form.

Additional information on the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) website here.


France

France is currently listed as amber on the government’s travel list.

The FCDO advises against all but essential travel to all of France based on the current Covit-19 risk assessment.

From Monday May 31st, travel from the UK to France is restricted to EU citizens, French residents or those traveling for an important reason set by the French government.

All UK travelers, including children 11 and over, must provide a negative PCR or COVID-19 antigen taken 48 hours prior to departure.

Those coming from the UK are required to fill out an ‘affidavit’ form certifying that they have no symptoms associated with the corona virus and have not been in contact with confirmed cases in the previous fortnight.

Additionally, travelers from the UK to France must agree to self-isolation for seven days, and those over the age of 11 must undergo a PCR examination at the end of the isolation period.

Additional information on the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) website here.

Portugal

Portugal is currently green on the government’s travel list.

The FCDO does not have any advice against traveling to the country.

Currently, all travelers, except children up to the age of two, must have a negative RT-PCR test when traveling to or from the mainland of Portugal.

The test must be done within 72 hours prior to departure.

All travelers to Portugal will undergo a medical check-up upon arrival.

However, there are reports that Portugal will be removed from the green list on Thursday night and placed on the amber list of countries.

Additional information on the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) website here.

Italy

Italy is currently listed as amber on the government’s travel list.

The FCDO advises against all but essential travel through Italy based on the current Covid-19 risk assessment.

As of April 7, entry to Italy from the UK will no longer be restricted to Italian residents and those in need.

If you wish to fly, you must present the aircraft with a rapid Covit-19 antigenic or molecular tissue negative test that takes no more than 48 hours for the flight.

From May 16 to July 30, it is not necessary to isolate passengers arriving in Italy unless they arrive without proof of a negative test.

Passengers arriving without a negative test must self-isolate for 10 days and undergo a test at the end of the isolation period.

In addition, travelers must download and complete a self-declaration form from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs before the trip, and everyone coming to Italy should call the COVID-19 helpline of the region they are traveling to to inform them of their trip. . .

Additional information on the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) website here.