India moved to Amber list from 4am Sunday 8th August: Travellers to UK need not quarantine
Wednesday 4 August 2021 9:57 PM UTC
By A Staff Reporter
LONDON Aug 4: India, Bahrain, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates will move from the red list to amber, meaning travellers will no longer have to pay to quarantine in a hotel for 11 days.
Returning from amber list countries has usually meant a 10-day period quarantining at home – but under-18s and those fully vaccinated in the UK are now exempt, as well as those who have received both jabs in the EU and US.
This means that those who visit these countries will no longer have to book a quarantine hotel package for when they return to England.
India will move to the amber list 4am, Sunday 8 August. If you arrive in England before then, you must follow the red list rules.
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