• Measures End of the state of alarm: restrictions from May 9 in Spain

The Government of the

United Kingdom

announced Friday one

"green list" of 12 countries

and territories to which travel will be provided from May 17 in which include






, but left out for now to







British Transport Minister Grant Shapps explained that

travelers returning to England from those destinations will not have to comply with a ten-day quarantine

but must undergo a

PCR test

for coronavirus once they have returned, instead of two, requirements that they must comply with those who come from territories

classified as "amber"


The "amber list", for now the majority, will involve these

tests plus a quarantine in the home or place chosen

by the person.

And, as before, the

"red list" will

only allow the arrival of British citizens or legal residents, who will have to

remain isolated for ten days in one of the hotels designated by the government paying out of pocket


All the countries of South America and Panama are on this list, to which Turkey has joined.

In a press conference, Shapps explained that

the classification will be reviewed three weeks after May 17

, the date on which the ban on traveling abroad from the United Kingdom will be lifted.

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