Argentina podría ser uno de los países que cambien de categoría para el Reino Unido esta semana, lo que permitiría el ingreso desde nuestro país solo con un test PCR previo y uno al segundo día.
Aunque este sistema que está vigente para todos los países en su lista verde está en estudio para cambiarlo por otro sistema, posiblemente «prueba de vacunación.
Pero copio el texto original acá, donde lo destacable para sus lectores locales es Egipto y Turquía que podrían ser beneficiados, por la gran cantidad de personas de esos orígenes que viven en el Reino Unido
Up to 24 countries including Turkey and Egypt could be moved from the red travel list to the green list this week, travel experts have told MailOnline.
The Government is expected to announce changes to the UK traffic light system this Thursday in the latest review, amid reports the regime could be scrapped altogether by next month.
Paul Charles, CEO of the PC Agency travel consultancy, told MailOnline: ‘With no new Variants of Concern since early May, and with the UK having higher levels of Delta infection than most other countries, there is no reason to keep so many countries on the red list.
‘It can be sharply reduced in size to help Global Britain, as well as the travel sector, recover strongly. There is no scientific basis anymore on which to prevent travel and enforce hotel quarantine from a vast swathe of the existing list.’
Ministers introduced new rules for travellers into Britain this year to slow the spread of the virus and stop new variants from abroad arriving in the country and causing havoc.
People coming from red list countries have to quarantine in state-approved hotels for 10 days at a cost of £2,285 and take three tests – one before the return and two on days two and eight after arrival.
Those who are unjabbed coming from amber list destinations are forced to self-isolate for 10 days at home and take three tests. However, the double-jabbed only have to take two tests.
People coming from green list countries don’t have to quarantine and have to provide evidence of two negative Covid tests – one before returning to the UK and one on day two.
However, Whitehall officials are said to be developing a new system based on Covid vaccination status rather than the prevalence of the virus in other countries, The Telegraph reports.
A source told the paper: ‘It’s about whether you are vaccinated or not, rather than the country you are travelling to.
‘What it means is that green and amber disappear and only vaccination status will count for where you travel. For a vaccinated person, just as now all countries apart from red are ‘green’.’
This means that amber and green destinations could be removed, although the red list will remain in place.
It is unlikely that the test requirement will be removed entirely, despite calls for tests to be reduced in price after a recent study found them to cost families an extra £300 on average.
But Ministers are poised to allow double-jabbed travellers to avoid expensive PCR tests on their return, saving families hundreds of pounds. The review could come as early as this week but officials say a formal checkpoint will take place by October 1.
It comes as figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act show more than 300,000 people arriving in England and Northern Ireland from amber list countries during the devastating second wave of Covid may have flouted quarantine rules.