Egypt will not join other African countries like South Africa on Wednesday for the red list of overseas travel to the UK.
This no-access zone for travelers from the United Kingdom, as advised by the authority, will take effect from June 8, 2021.
Nigeria is still on the “amber list”, among more than 180 kontris on the list.
It also means that anyone in Britain is not able to travel to Nigeria or any other category in that category for vacation, partying or relaxation, only if it is “exceptional circumstances”. “.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, UK gets three categories Wey dem donation places other kontris make dem for control of the spread of di virus for dia domot.
We have implemented a new traffic light system, we have put items on the red, orange or green list, to explain the new rules for advising travelers.
Wetin be di rules for green, amber and red kontris?
Greenlisted travel means you are fit to travel for vacation, but you must:
- Take the Covid-19 test before departure and get proof of a negative result.
- book a test for the second day after your return.
- complete a passenger locator form.
- You don’t need quarantine unless your second day test is positive, or NHS Test & Trace says you are not traveling with pesin wey donated test positive.
- You must pay for a private PCR test from one of the UK government approved supplier lists.
No African green list kontri dey dis.
Most kontris are on the di amber list.
Traveling there is legal, but the government does not recommend it except in “exceptional circumstances” – and does not count vacations among those reasons.
African Kontris on the UK’s Amber List
- Burkina Faso
- Central African Republic
- The Gambia
- Morocco among others
UK government says red list is high risk and prohibits citizens from visiting “except in the most extreme cases”
They say that if the citizens of Dia go there, they expect them to pay a stay for a vaccination hotel when they return.
See African countries on the UK’s red list
UK recently added Egypt to African oda list kontris dem bin place on red on overseas travel list, other kontris na
- Congo (Democratic Republic)
- South Africa
How do they decide which Kontris to put on the green, orange or red list?
The government is based on the decision in which category (green, amber or red) to place each country on the advice of the Joint Biosafety Center (JBC).
The body of data will produce a risk assessment based on factors such as the risk of transmission of the Covid variant, test rates and number of positive cases, and genomic sequencing capacity.
The ministers say they make their decision based on the diabetes risk assessment and other public health considerations.
Dem dey update the list every three weeks based on continuous monitoring of di data. Today na di first update since the announcement of the list.