Ryanair, Jet2, easyjet, TUI update: ten countries that could be on the UK’s next greenlist review
Holidays will likely be blocked until the end of summer as the pandemic further disrupts travel.
Many operators have already canceled trips abroad until the end of next month.
Boris Johnson announced that the Covid restrictions would be in place until July 19, casting doubt on an early lifting of travel restrictions and an end to the controversial traffic light system.
The next travel review is slated for next week, but reports from the UK and overseas suggest there will be no changes until at least July 20.
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This means that more than half of the lucrative summer season has been lost for UK tour operators and airlines – many are already preparing for the summer of 2022.
One official has suggested it could be September before British tourists can arrive freely. However, those on the list below may be open to business.
A Covid rate of 31 per 100,000, up from 71.4 not so long ago.
More than half of the vaccinated population. Overall has the numbers of a country on the green list.
The Canary Islands
Popular every year for people going on vacation to Tenerife, Fuerteventura or Gran Canaria, it is currently classified as amber.
However, a relatively low Covid rate puts it in a good position.
The first nation in Europe to be properly gripped by the virus – but also now in a much better place than many.
A Covid rate of 27.5 and a jab percentage of 45.4 puts them in a good position.
Germany is full of promising city breaks and the numbers are quickly moving in the right direction.
The country is currently amber but a rate of 24.5 is currently significantly lower than the UK.
the Balearic Islands
A Covid rate of 21.7 in Ibiza and Mallorca argues in favor of opening this configuration.
Spain as a whole has a much higher rate, comparable to the UK.
Judging by its highest figure, Jamaica is a strong contender to be on the green list – with a case rate of 14.4, making it one of the lowest in the world right now .
Whether it’s due to his low first jab tally of just 5.3% or other factors, he remains on the Amber List for now.
This Nordic country is the one seeing its numbers go in the right direction, with its case rate dropping from 25 to 14.4 and the jab percentage dropping from 42.3 to 48.8.
These figures compare very favorably with those of Sweden, an Orange List country, which has a coronavirus rate of 176.
For many Britons, the idea of flying to Mexico would be a dream come true after a year and a half of the pandemic.
Its number of coronavirus cases remains very good, with 16.1 detected in the past seven days per 100,000.
The numbers for the first dose of 19.1 are worse and slowly increasing, meaning Mexico is an outside bet for the Green List.
Currently, Poland has an eight-case rate and first-hit figures of 39.8%, a marked improvement from 53 and 34.2% this time two and a half weeks ago.
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