The individuals who have decided to get entry in the UK will be free from obeying the entry restriction which was imposed due to the COVID-19 after the authorities have declared that all of the remaining measures are going to relax.
The plan of easing the rules and regulations has been confirmed through a statement that the government of the UK has published, and the new transformation would come into existence on March 18.
Moreover, the travellers would no longer be obligated to fill up the Passenger Locator Form (PLF) or present a negative result of the COVID-19 test at the time of the arrival in Britain.
Along with this, all of the individuals who have not completed their immunisation process against the virus will also be exempted from the pre-departure test and two-day post-arrival test.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps highlighted, “The UK is leading the world in removing all remaining COVID-19 travel restrictions, and today’s announcement is a testament to the hard work everyone in this country has put in place to roll out the vaccine and protect each other.”
In addition, the Transport Secretary mentioned that the authorities in the United Kingdom would not follow the travel measured for the long time period.
Shapps further added, “I look forward to continuing to work with the travel sector and partners around the world to keep international travel moving.”
However, an average case of the COVID-19 infection has been reported by the authorities of the UK is 19,530 489 since the COVID-19 pandemic has started, while there are 162,738 individuals have faced death during a similar time period, which is based on the figures that have been shared by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Furthermore, the figures that have been shared by the WHO depicts the information that a maximum number of 294,904 has been affected by the variant of COVID-19 from the last week. On the other hand, around 309 people have died.