Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the U.K. government has placed travel restrictions on countries with high numbers of cases of Covid-19 or new strains of the virus that may be vaccine-resistant, with the red list being those states from which travelers (ones who are not U.K. citizens) are banned from entering the country. This applies to those who have been to any of the countries on the list in the past ten days, even if they are returning from a country that’s not on the red list.
With the Covid-19 pandemic still ongoing, many European countries in the Schengen Area are implementing travel restrictions on those who are visiting from abroad. Due to a large number of cases, some countries are in a national lockdown, only allowing essential travel, while others require visitors to undergo testing before or after they arrive, as well as entering quarantine before continuing with their trip.
When will a Covid-19 vaccine become widely available?
Each country will have its own Covid-19 vaccine approval and roll out plans, which will be dependent on their regulatory processes, the doses of vaccine each country has obtained, and their logistical capabilities.
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