Israel one of eight countries to be on UK's travel 'green list' - The Jerusalem Post

Israel one of eight countries to be on UK's travel 'green list' - The Jerusalem Post
Israel will be one of the few countries on the UK government’s green list for safe travel if Britain reopens its borders on May 17, British media reported Sunday.
Eight countries, including the US, Iceland and Malta, are expected to be included on the list.
Research conducted by former British Airways strategy chief Robert Boyle and the airlines owner, IAG, could lead to the opening of Britain’s skies as planned on May 17.
The UK has been under a coronavirus lockdown since the first week of January; the government recently imposed a £5,000 fine on anyone planning to fly abroad without good reason.
“The surest case for green must be Gibraltar. It has essentially zero cases of any type and the population is fully vaccinated,” said Boyle’s research, according to UK daily The Telegraph. “Israel must be the next most likely. Again, it has vaccinated close to its entire population and case numbers are below even last year’s threshold.”
Visitors from countries on the green list will be allowed to enter the UK without having to quarantine.
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