The British authorities began easing entry rules for 47 countries and regions that were subject to the most severe restrictions from Corona.
The authorities in the United Kingdom reported that entry restrictions were eased for 47 countries and regions that were subject to the most severe Corona restrictions
In a statement, the British Ministry of Transport confirmed that visitors from places such as South Africa, Mexico and Brazil no longer need a 10-day hotel quarantine, which led to a rise in airline shares.
It is worth noting that the United Kingdom is working to ease restrictions on its borders after a wave of frustration with airlines due to constantly changing rules for most of the epidemic, as a new system that eliminates the “complex traffic light approach” was introduced this week, and destinations including Turkey, Pakistan and the Maldives have already been transferred. to the category "Rest of the World"
British Airways CEO Sean Doyle said the airlines will start increasing flights to South Africa and Mexico, with daily services to Johannesburg and two daily flights to Cape Town by the end of the year.
However, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Haiti, Panama, Peru and Venezuela will remain on the red list.
It is also worth noting that the average new cases of coronavirus in Britain were less than 39,000 cases per day during this past week, according to data collected by Johns Hopkins University, and the average daily death toll was 110, which is much lower than the peak recorded in January, according to this. What was published by Al-Anbaa newspaper.