Yes, although some rules remain. Despite Madeira being on the government’s green list, mainland Portugal and the Azores are on the amber list.
Will Portugal stay on the amber list?
The figures suggest Portugal may stay on the amber list for now, which means fully vaccinated Brits can go there and not have to quarantine when they get back. However, Portugal’s own rules saying everyone arriving from the UK has to quarantine for 14 days.
Is Portugal on UK green list?
Monitor this advice for the latest updates and stay in contact with your travel provider. Portugal, including the Azores, is on the amber list for entering England. Madeira is on the green list for entering England. Check what you must do to enter England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland.
Is Portugal likely to go on the red list?
Yes, though with hefty caveats. Portugal’s battle to contain the surging Covid-19 Delta variant has led it to put the UK on its red list for travel. It means that only British arrivals who can show proof of full vaccination, with their second dose at least 14 days prior, can visit Portugal quarantine-free.
Is Portugal amber or green?
Mainland Portugal and the Azores are on the amber list. Green watchlist – at risk of moving from green to amber.
Will Croatia stay on green list?
All arrivals must fill in a Passenger Locator Form as well. However, Croatia is on the green watchlist, meaning Brits should be aware of last minute changes, as it could be added back to the amber list if Covid cases increase in the country.
Is Portugal on the list?
Portugal and the Azores are on the amber travel list. Check the rules for returning home to England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Adults entering the UK from an amber-list country no longer have to quarantine, if they have been fully vaccinated by the NHS.
Who will go on the green list next?
The i says that a further 12 countries could also qualify to be added to the “green watch-list”, namely Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.
Will France be on the green list?
Will France make the green list? … France’s seven-day infection rate is 45 per 100,000 people, and its cases have been rising slightly over the last week, meaning it is unlikely to make the green list.
Why is Portugal not on the list?
Analysis: Government’s low appetite for risk sparks fury in devastated travel industry. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said it was “a difficult decision” and Portugal was downgraded because the government wants to give the UK “the best possible chance of unlocking domestically” on 21 June.