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Industry calls new album 30 a "huge global event"

Rumor has it that the record will be released in mid-November to outdo the new LPs by Ed Sheeran and Coldplay (Author: Gardener)

This week, the best-selling female album artist of the 21st century announced her return, six years after her last album. A new single, Easy on Me, is slated for release on October 15th. Their fourth album, 30, is rumored to be in mid-November. She ushered in her new era with two unprecedented simultaneous Vogue covers sitting in for separate interviews and photo shoots for the US and UK editions of the magazine. She spoke openly about her divorce from the charity boss Simon Konecki, with whom she has a nine-year-old son. She was the one who went, she told British Vogue. “I didn't want to end up like a lot of other people I knew. I wasn't miserably miserable, but I would have been miserable if I hadn't put myself first. ”She spoke of the fear the separation had caused her son Angelo, and she wrote her new album in part to help him to understand his parents' situation. "If I worked out I would just feel better," she said. "It was never about losing weight, it was always about getting strong and giving me so much time off my phone every day." She said she was annoyed by the discussion about her changed appearance, particularly the suggestion that it was a "revenge body" after the divorce. “People love to portray a divorced woman as if she's out of control, like, 'Oh, she must be a blast. That's bullshit. "She told US Vogue," I understand why it's a shock. I understand why it was mainly women who were injured. BBC Radio 1 host Charlie Hedges said Adele's transformation was unlikely to happen Her fans' relationship with her. "It matters who Adele is inside. Adele's fans stand behind her every step of the way and want her to be the incredible artist we all know, who she is and always was." Despite the unfiltered disclosure of these interviews, Adele's return is global news for the fact that she releases music and is so frugal in public, says Glastonbury co-organizer Emily Eavis, who invited Adele to make headlines in 2016, and releases records when it works out for her feels like instead of standing on the usual treadmill, ”said Eavis. “So it always feels like a huge global event when she releases music. And it was always great. ”Her appeal, said Eavis, was her authenticity. “Adele has an amazing voice and she writes fantastic songs, but it's also her personality that makes her shows so special. It can turn an arena into something incredibly intimate and emotional and then send 100,000 people into hysteria. Very few artists can do that. Fans addicted to this side of Adele will find plenty to love in 30 if you stick to the descriptions of the album in Vogue. Adele said it was lyrically more subtle than her previous albums: less about paying the bills than "self-destruction, then self-reflection and then some kind of self-redemption". She said she didn't consider it a divorce album: "It was more my divorce." Known for her stellar ballad - including her 2012 James Bond theme Skyfall - Adele recorded on 30 new sounds: the previewed writers referred to Marvin Gaye, Balearic Chillout and Gospel. In addition to former employees Max Martin, Greg Kurstin and Tobias Jesso Jr., she worked for the first time with Inflo, whose albums as Sault have received critical acclaim in recent years. New albums by Ed Sheeran and Coldplay will be released in the coming months, the latest in Taylor Swift's plan to re-record and reclaim her first six albums and Abba’s first album in 40 years. Martin Talbot, the CEO of the Official Charts Company, said it was "really hard to remember such a crowded retail period earlier". Despite the stiff competition, he predicted that Adele would be ahead. "It's hard to look past her, not least because of the wide span of the market she appeals, from teenagers to retirees." Album sales continued to rise during the pandemic, Talbot said, with independent retailers reporting strong business as they switched to home delivery. This would benefit Sheeran, a pouring native, he said; meanwhile, Adele did not release her last album, 25, until six months after it was released on streaming services. "I think I'm actually one of the most punk artists around," she told British Vogue. It has become the predominant sound on the UK album charts - with young artists like Lewis Capaldi influenced by Adele - that is increasingly different from the singles top 40 audience that really moves on to casual consumers who would otherwise not buy music except this huge album that everyone loves, ”said Talbot. "Maybe we will find our musical consensus in reflection and relaxation."

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Adele looks great. But I am worried about her

Adele looks absolutely gorgeous on the cover of Vogue both here and in America ahead of the release of her new single and album, writes AMANDA PLATELL. (Author: Gardener)

Adele looks absolutely gorgeous on the cover of Vogue both here and in America ahead of the release of her new single and album. A total transformation from the exuberant young woman who wrote Hello: this hymn for broken hearted girls everywhere in 2015. Now she has moved from Tottenham to LA, shed half her body weight, overcome her fear and divorced husband Simon, who she said "saved me" when she struggled with fame and alcoholism. As a pop colossus with the world at her feet, she also has a hot new boyfriend who is not intimidated by her fame and wild independence. One of her songs, she says, is about men's mistakes and could even become a wake-up call for women to leave their boring husbands. "I think a lot of women will say, 'I'm done.' 'About her own' not very long 'marriage, she says,' I knew I would look around other couples, that I could get miserable. I knew I would break the heart of Simon and my son Angelo, but I did had to put myself first. ' Adele says she "voluntarily chose to dismantle [Angelo's] whole life in pursuit of my own happiness": a wound on her child that she rightly fears will never heal. that, inspired by her therapist, she recorded conversations with Angelo, eight, about the divorce on her iPhone and that one of them will be heard in an upcoming song. "With this record I wanted to explain to him who I am and why, when he's in his 20s or 30s, "she explains. Why didn't you write him a private letter, Adele, instead of telling your millions of fans his pain? She attributes her dramatic weight loss to exercise three times a day. One wonders how much She has time to devote herself to poor Angelo, who has to make new friends in La La Land and start over, but I hope that Adele won't call an estranged Angelo in the years to come u say hello from the other side. Thankfully, Andy Murray was reunited with his wedding ring, which he carelessly tied to his shoes (he's in the way while playing tennis) while they were being aired outside. Long-suffering Mrs. Kim has forgiven him, but I wonder why he can't just play with the ring? S. Open with Tiffany jewels, including diamond earrings valued at £ 4,500, a pendant valued at £ 2,750, a diamond bracelet valued at £ 17,100 and a white gold ring valued at £ 3,275. She certainly fears for Kylie's future happiness when she moves to Australia while her boyfriend Paul Solomons stays in London - but she is determined to make her love work. She should be so lucky because I'm not sure we Aussie girls are made for long-distance romances. No wonder Victoria Beckham's Instagram followers fled her account when she posts pictures of daughter Harper, ten, wearing a creamy face mask and an eye mask that is said to reduce wrinkles. The only dirt a ten year old should wipe off her face at the end of the day is good old-fashioned mud! While hundreds of abandoned translators who have fought alongside our troops in Afghanistan are living in fear for their lives, we are giving visas to the entire Afghan girls' soccer team, their coaches and families to safely enter the UK. An odd priority when the girls' right to take a penalty is more important than our duty to save these brave men from an entirely different kind of shootout if the Taliban ever find them. An NHS doctor reveals that of the 1,000 patients who currently die from Covid every week, 90 percent have not been vaccinated. Now, many cancer patients cannot even get a scan. Think of the Queen, who shares her embarrassment over a son Andrew facing a civil rape lawsuit (which he denies) and her grandson Harry, who dumps the entire royal family in horse manure. Now she has to cut ties with her seedy buddy Sheikh Mohammed Al Maktoum. Critics attack Priti Patel for showing "lower middle class aggression" and others make fun of her working class accent. You can attack the Home Secretary for not removing the disgraced Mead boss Cressida Dick, for her miserable record on illegal immigration, for not preventing children from being stabbed to death on our streets, or because the police don't protect women - but not because they drop them. aitches'. Liz Truss was hilariously hailed as the new Margaret Thatcher, who came to the conference in a sleek blue Tory pantsuit and helmet hair. It takes more than a new hairstyle to become the Iron Lady, who, by the way, has never worn pants in her life. Kristen Stewart wins an Oscar as Diana in the new movie Spencer, in which the princess goes mad. If Kristens Di doesn't vomit in the loo, she'll hurt herself or tear off a necklace at Charles's dinner, drop the pearls in her soup and eat them, pearls and everything. Playing Diana like that is a travesty. If there was an Oscar for portraying an extraordinary woman, Kristen, you have it. The NHS's latest gasp to save GPs seeing people face-to-face is for pharmacists to do it instead, prescribing drugs and treatments. My mother was "treated" for an upset stomach by her local pharmacist for years only to find that she had advanced colon cancer. All the doctors could do was send her home to die. After working with him and Judy, I know he's a complete pro, adorably silly and with all the enthusiasm of a teenager - especially for the 35-year-old woman Judy. Bad news, then, for geraniums and agapanthus (both from South Africa), verbena (America) and roses (Central Asia) - all regions with a history of hideous oppression. Sympathy for the previously unknown Bridgerton actress and Louis Vuitton “ambassador” Phoebe Dynevor (26), who became a star on the show but now complains about being famous, made her “so scared” that she had to see a therapist. Not half as hard as for countless brilliant young actresses with more acting skills than her (a low bar) who haven't had a job in 18 months.

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Red travel list shortened to only seven countries

Winter sun destinations like Mexico, South Africa, Thailand and Costa Rica have been removed from the list that requires hotel quarantine (Author: Gardener)

47 countries were removed from the government's red list in one of the largest international travel reopenings since the pandemic began. Only seven countries will remain on the list, which requires travelers to be quarantined in a hotel on their return to the UK at a cost of £ 2,285 per person. Ministers also abandoned plans to force vacationers to film themselves tests following a backlash from the travel industry that argued it would be costly and a logistical nightmare for families. The government is confident that the more expensive PCR tests will be phased out in time for the half-year October, with families able to use cheaper lateral flow tests on their return to the UK. Grant Shapps, the Secretary of Transportation, said, “With the mid-term and winter sun around the corner, we're making it easier for families and loved ones to reunite by significantly reducing the number of red-list destinations, thanks in part to the increased ones Vaccination efforts around the globe. "Winter sun destinations such as Mexico, South Africa, Thailand, Seychelles, Cape Verde, Costa Rica, Brazil and Bali in Indonesia will be removed from the red list on Monday at 4 a.m., as will popular safari resorts in Tanzania, Botswana and Namibia. The seven remaining countries on the Red List are Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Panama, Haiti, Venezuela, and the Dominican Republic. Nine of the 47 countries, including Argentina and Uruguay, remain closed to the British unless they have exceptional reasons to travel to them. In fact, in many ways they don't have the kind of sophistication in international travel that has become normal for us, ”Shapps told Times Radio. Shapps managed to crush proposals from the Ministry of Health for completely stabbed travelers to have themselves filmed with lateral flow tests under the supervision of a health advisor from a private company. Travelers are required to book their tests in advance of the flight, as is now the case with PCRs, and include the test kit number on the passenger search forms that will allow individuals to travel to the UK: the Department of Health and Welfare will be responsible for ensuring that to set up new test systems by the beginning of the half year on October 23. Sources said it would be ready by the end of October by the families. "We want to get this done for people at halftime," Shapps told Sky News on Friday, adding that the process with side-streams was "a lot easier and too We are making it easier and cheaper for people to travel by providing fully vaccinated travelers from non-red list countries with lateral flow tests on the second day of arrival, provided they can provide proof of use. “The government also announced that it will recognize vaccines for travelers from another 37 countries and territories, including Brazil, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Pakistan, South Africa and Turkey. The decision means that fully vaccinated individuals entering England from these locations will be exempted from quarantine, the pre-departure test and the day-aight-post-arrival test. Only unvaccinated travelers are now required to take a pre-departure test on their return and then pay for 10 days in quarantine and then pay for PCR tests on the second and eighth days of their return.The pre-departure test for travelers with double hits was discontinued on October 4th. The latest moves come after the Federal Foreign Office lifted its "ban" on non-essential travel to 32 countries, including Fiji, Malaysia and Bangladesh, inconsistent with the travel department's travel lists.

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Scottish government confirms Red List countries as travel rules change

The Scottish government has confirmed which countries are on the red list when the UK updated its travel rules. This happens after the traffic light system was abolished earlier this month. (Author: Gardener)

The Scottish government has confirmed which countries are on the red list when the UK updated its travel rules. This happens after the traffic light system was abolished earlier this month. Don't miss any of Edinburgh Live's greatest stories - sign up for our daily email newsletter Something went wrong, please try again later. Sign up now to list countries for Scotland. The Red List was cut to just seven countries after the UK government reviewed travel rules. The traffic light system was introduced in March 2020 to control the spread of Covid-19 and as more Britons have been vaccinated, only the red list now remains. This is the first assessment since the traffic light system was abolished on October 4th. Fully vaccinated and traveling back to the UK to another non-red list country don't need to isolate themselves in a hotel, but do have a PCR test on day two. The rules follow the requirements of the yellow list for vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers. Those who are not fully vaccinated will be required to isolate themselves at home for 10 days and have a day 2 and day 8 PCR test and a pre-departure test prior to entering Scotland. Get the latest Edinburgh, Fife and Lothians news and headlines delivered to your inbox twice a day by signing up for our free newsletter. From breaking news to the latest news on the coronavirus crisis in Scotland, we've got you covered. In addition, vaccination certificates from other countries are recognized to enable quarantine-free travel to Scotland. Certificates from a further 37 countries as well as those issued as part of the United Nations vaccination program are recognized. Which countries are on the red list? Transport Secretary Graeme Dey said: “This change in travel restrictions recognizes the success of the Scottish Government's vaccination program. “It is important that we continue to exercise caution, which is why a red list of countries is kept, carefully monitored and updated after a regular review.

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According to the travel update, Cape Verde and Mexico are the most popular vacation trips for the British

The countries on the Red List have been shortened to just seven travel destinations in the new travel update - and the British have rushed to plan vacations as more travel destinations have opened (Author: Gardener)

The countries on the Red List have been shortened to just seven travel destinations in the new travel update - and the British have rushed to plan vacations as more travel destinations opened up. Mexico, Cape Verde and Thailand were among 47 countries that were removed from the red list, which was reduced to just seven destinations. Within hours of the announcement, travel companies like British Airways and Skyscanner saw an increase in the number of Britons already planning vacations. Mexico and Cape Verde seem to be the most popular travel destinations, and the good news is that both are currently welcoming Britons for their vacations. Mexico does not require Brits to test negative for PCR or proof of a Covid vaccine - but you do need to register on an online platform before a flight. For Cape Verde, UK travelers will need a negative Covid-PCR test performed within 72 hours of travel or a Covid certificate. British Airways reported a nearly 400% increase in website searches in the first hours after the announcement, with Cancun, Cape Town and Johannesburg being the most popular destinations for the British. The company said in a statement that "Cancun was the most searched destination, seeing the largest increase of nearly 460% compared to the previous day." Not only British Airways saw a remarkable surge in interest in Cancun. Cancun sees a surge in popularity with Mexico removed from the red list TravelSupermarket has reported that since the announcement, Cancun has jumped from the eighth to the fifth most popular place among Brits looking to compare package tour prices. Meanwhile, flight comparison site Skyscanner also saw their website spike with traffic up 57% after releasing the Red List update. For flights, it was Thailand vacations that saw a sharp increase, with daily searches increasing 112%. On the Beach is also anticipating increasing interest in holidays after the company experienced a boom a few weeks ago when Turkey and Egypt were removed from the red list. The company's CEO, Simon Cooper, said in a statement: “We saw the effects of Egypt's redlisting a few weeks ago, with significant interest and rising bookings, which now makes it the third most popular destination for winter sun about Christmas time and expect today's news to arouse similar interest in holiday favorites like Mexico. "At Jet2holidays, it's not just destinations on the red list that are increasing - the tour operator has doubled bookings since the announcement, across all seasons, including the October halftime, winter and even summer 2022. The new changes to the Red List came a day later The Foreign Office changed its recommendation for 32 countries on the “Rest of the World” list to allow travel that is not absolutely necessary The government stated that the reason for the numerous changes was "a As part of a simplified international travel system that replaced the traffic light system with a single red list and reduced testing requirements for eligible fully vaccinated travelers ".

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Specialized vacation companies report an increase in bookings after the number of countries on the Red List was cut

In the announcement, 47 countries, including Thailand and South Africa, were removed from the red list (Author: Gardener)

Travel operators who specialize in traveling to Red List countries say they have seen a surge in bookings since the government cut down the list of destinations from which arrivals must be quarantined at a hotel. The announcement saw 47 countries, including Thailand and South Africa, be removed from the red list, meaning newcomers from these destinations no longer have to pay thousands of pounds to stay in a quarantine hotel for 10 days. Ginny Russell, director of Cedarberg Travel, which specializes in travel to Africa, said the move was "fantastic". "As soon as the idea came up that the number of countries on the Red List could be reduced dramatically, people called," she said. With much of Africa previously on the red list, Ms. Russell said the company "has not been able to trade that much at all". "I thought I could probably hold out until the spring of next year, but if it had continued like this, all businesses big and small would have collapsed because you can't have a business without an income." The guidelines of the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office had not yet changed, so the government continued to advise against traveling to the off-list countries. "I am very keen to change this advice from the FCDO," said Ms. Russell, adding that she still "has some fear." She pointed out that if the government continues to discourage travel, vacationers may not be able to travel to these countries as insurance providers are unlikely to cover their trips. Journey, a mostly red-listed travel company specializing in Central and South America, said it had not been able to send anyone to the region "in the past 18 months." "South America was essentially taboo until yesterday," said Laura Rendall-Dunn, a destination specialist for the company. "Some travel destinations like Guatemala were on the amber list, but the FCDO advised against non-essential travel, so our hands were tied." Ms. Rendall-Dunn said she and her team were "ecstatic, enthusiastic, overjoyed". She added: “There have been a lot of rumors and we are waiting for positive news. We've had a lot of inquiries about going for Christmas because they haven't seen their relatives for almost two years. ”“ We've had to lay off and lost some fantastic members, but we feel like we have them hard times now and can see the light from the end of the tunnel. ”However, Ms. Rendall-Dunn said it was a“ great disappointment ”that some Latin American countries like Ecuador remained on the red list. Asked about the delay in updating the FCDO travel advice, she said, “We think it will only be a matter of days before you bring the travel policy in line with government advice. "Traditionally people book maybe four or six months in advance so I think the advice when people are traveling should all have been more relaxed, related to Covid anyway." Thomas Cook said it sold more holidays to Mexico, which was also removed from the red list, yesterday than any other day of the year - although the numbers are still relatively small. "Visits to our Mexico site have also almost tripled, which shows that people are definitely starting to think about where they want to go," said a spokesman. “The most important thing for us is that it gives customers more security to book every vacation. Many people fear the country will turn red so the list has almost been abandoned, meaning people have more confidence to keep booking - especially in February and Easter. ”Kuoni, which offers luxury travel to many countries on are on the red list, has also noticed a strong interest in holiday bookings after the announcement. She said the company has seen "a real change" since the travel rules were simplified and the yellow list removed last month. "The restrictions we had had dire consequences for the travel business," she added. “Some people had to postpone their booking three, four, five, six, seven times. Ms. O'Reilly said that while the company felt “excited” about the news, there was “still a lot of complexity surrounding travel,” as each country has its own requirements as to whether and under what conditions Brits can enter .

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Red travel list shortened to only seven countries

Winter sun destinations like Mexico, South Africa, Thailand and Costa Rica have been removed from the list that requires hotel quarantine (Author: Gardener)

47 countries were removed from the government's red list in one of the largest international travel reopenings since the pandemic began. Only seven countries will remain on the list, which requires travelers to be quarantined in a hotel on their return to the UK at a cost of £ 2,285 per person. Ministers also abandoned plans to force vacationers to film themselves tests following a backlash from the travel industry that argued it would be costly and a logistical nightmare for families. The government is confident that the more expensive PCR tests will be phased out in time for the half-year October, with families able to use cheaper lateral flow tests on their return to the UK. Grant Shapps, the Secretary of Transportation, said, “With the mid-term and winter sun around the corner, we're making it easier for families and loved ones to reunite by significantly reducing the number of red-list destinations, thanks in part to the increased ones Vaccination efforts around the globe. "Winter sun destinations such as Mexico, South Africa, Thailand, Seychelles, Cape Verde, Costa Rica, Brazil and Bali in Indonesia will be removed from the red list on Monday at 4 a.m., as will popular safari resorts in Tanzania, Botswana and Namibia. The seven remaining countries on the Red List are Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Panama, Haiti, Venezuela, and the Dominican Republic. Nine of the 47 countries, including Argentina and Uruguay, remain closed to the British unless they have exceptional reasons to travel to them. In fact, in many ways they don't have the kind of sophistication in international travel that has become normal for us, ”Shapps told Times Radio. Shapps managed to crush proposals from the Ministry of Health for completely stabbed travelers to have themselves filmed with lateral flow tests under the supervision of a health advisor from a private company. Travelers are required to book their tests in advance of the flight, as is now the case with PCRs, and include the test kit number on the passenger search forms that will allow individuals to travel to the UK: the Department of Health and Welfare will be responsible for ensuring that to set up new test systems by the beginning of the half year on October 23. Sources said it would be ready by the end of October by the families. "We want to get this done for people at halftime," Shapps told Sky News on Friday, adding that the process with side-streams was "a lot easier and too We are making it easier and cheaper for people to travel by providing fully vaccinated travelers from non-red list countries with lateral flow tests on the second day of arrival, provided they can provide proof of use. “The government also announced that it will recognize vaccines for travelers from another 37 countries and territories, including Brazil, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Pakistan, South Africa and Turkey. The decision means that fully vaccinated individuals entering England from these locations will be exempted from quarantine, the pre-departure test and the day-aight-post-arrival test. Only unvaccinated travelers are now required to take a pre-departure test on their return and then pay for 10 days in quarantine and then pay for PCR tests on the second and eighth days of their return.The pre-departure test for travelers with double hits was discontinued on October 4th. The latest moves come after the Federal Foreign Office lifted its "ban" on non-essential travel to 32 countries, including Fiji, Malaysia and Bangladesh, inconsistent with the travel department's travel lists.

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The UK travel red list is complete as the government is cutting 47 countries

Only seven countries will remain on the red list as of Monday (Author: Gardener)

As of Monday, only seven countries will remain on the red list. For the best daily news, subscribe to our newsletter. You can get updates straight to your inbox every day! An error has occurred. Please try again later. Thank you for subscribing South Africa, Thailand, Mexico and the Seychelles are among the countries that were removed from the list in recent travel changes during the Covid-19 pandemic. As of Monday (4 a.m.) (October 11), only seven countries remain on the red list, meaning travelers arriving from these destinations will no longer be quarantined for 11 nights at a government-approved hotel must, which costs £ 2,285. READ MORE: Red List Updates As Ministers Cut 47 Countries In Today's UK Travel Rules Changes or “red”. But that system has since been scrapped in favor of just two lists - a red list and a ROW list. The Federal Foreign Office has also lifted its warning against unnecessary travel to more than 30 countries. Click here to get the latest breaking news straight to your inbox. Significantly reduce the number of destinations on the Red List, thanks in part to increased vaccination efforts around the world. “Restoring people's confidence in travel is key to rebuilding our economy and enhancing this country. With fewer restrictions and more people traveling, we can all continue to advance safely on our path to recovery together. ”Afghanistan Angola Argentina Colombia Congo (Democratic Republic) Dominican Republic Eritrea Mexico Seychelles South Africa Thailand Will be served on Monday, October 11th at 4am from deleted from the red list. 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What are the new countries on the red list after the UK travel update? Here are the changes to the traffic light system

Here are the new countries that are at high risk of coronavirus and were added to the UK red travel list in the latest travel update (Author: Gardener)

Here are the new high risk of coronavirus countries that have been added to the UK red list in the latest travel update © Which countries are on the red list? Holiday destinations on high risk list after the last UK travel update (... The new travel rules for the whole of Great Britain, which apply from today, mean that the traffic light system has changed dramatically. Before the changes came into play, holiday destinations were based on the Covid risks those associated with entry and exit are classified as green, amber, or red; Scots have been able to travel to a number of green countries without self-isolating upon return, and fully stabbed individuals returning from the amber list of destinations did not have to be quarantined. The government has instructed people to travel to red or high-risk countries only for urgent reasons. Now the traffic light system has been reduced to just one color: red. You need this to find out about the latest travel rules and which countries are on the red list. Both the green and yellow lists have now been abolished ft so that only the red list remains. Fully vaccinated residents will no longer need to take a pre-flight lateral flow test when returning to the UK from a country other than a red list country. However, you must book and pay for a test on or before the second day after your arrival. Also within 48 hours, double-hulled travelers must complete a passenger search form when returning to the UK. These rules also apply to anyone under the age of 18, even if they are not fully vaccinated. For those who are not double vaccinated, they must have one more Covid test before departure three days before returning to the UK, plus two more tests on the second and eighth days after arrival. Unvaccinated residents must complete the same passenger search form within 48 hours of arriving in the UK. For countries that are on the Red List, stricter rules apply regardless of your vaccination status. You must take one pre-departure Covid test in the three days prior to your return to the UK, specifically book and quarantine to do two more Covid tests, and complete the passenger search form within 48 hours of your return. Although Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon was initially skeptical that Scotland was following England's travel rules, she announced on 28 people living in Scotland could choose to return via England-based airports if Scottish airports have different rules. This means that all four UK countries have a consistent stance on these travel rules. The UK government reviews the traffic light system every three weeks, with all changes applied in the four countries so far. Mr Shapps said the red list targets were "those that should only be visited in the most extreme circumstances". The list was originally 30 countries when the travel traffic light system first came into effect. A country is considered high risk if a worrying variant - such as the strains found in South Africa, Brazil and India - has been identified.

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47 countries removed from the red travel list

47 countries will be removed from the red travel list, said Transport Minister Grant Schapps. (Author: Gardener)

The changes go into effect on Monday at 4 a.m. and mean countries like South Africa and Thailand will be removed from the list. So far 54 countries have been on the red list, due to the changes only seven remain on the red list. The changes will make it easier for more people to travel abroad to a greater number of countries. Passengers returning from these destinations no longer need to go to hotel quarantine. The government will also expand the entry system for vaccinated arrivals to an additional 37 countries and territories around the world, including India, South Africa and Turkey. And it says that as a minimum, passengers can send a picture of their lateral flow test to check the accuracy of the test results and keep prices down once two tests switch to lateral flow later this month, followed by a free one PCR test if positive. Secretary of State for Transport Grant Schapps said on Thursday on Twitter: "As of Monday I will remove 47 travel destinations from our red list - including South Africa with only 7 countries and territories remaining - all others will be in the" Rest of the world "category." I will also make changes, so that travelers visiting England have fewer entry requirements for passengers. “These include the radical reduction in the number of countries on the Red List and the proposal that the UK government consider significantly easing the rules on quarantine from countries on the Red List and introducing the use of lateral flow tests for returning travelers. Bangladesh, Fiji, Gambia, Ghana and Malaysia were among the locations for which travel advice has been relaxed due to the coronavirus risk, the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) said. The UK will no longer advise Brits to avoid all but essential travel to countries that are not on the red list for Covid-19 reasons, except in "exceptional circumstances" such as when the local health system is overwhelmed, the FCDO added . The FCDO said the policy change follows "improved public health in many countries" and "reduced risk for UK nationals" as a result of the introduction of the vaccine. “This builds on recent changes that have made traveling to many more countries easier and cheaper for passengers. We hope that all testing requirements for fully vaccinated people will be lifted as soon as possible. “For our customers, however, it is disappointing not to have any final clarity about when the lateral flow changes will be introduced.

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