Spain has issued new guidelines regarding vaccine requirements for travellers arriving from the United Kingdom.
Canada has announced revised testing guidelines for travellers arriving from India and Morocco.
Prime Minister of United Kingdom, Boris Johnson, has announced that fully vaccinated international travellers arriving will no longer need to undergo mandatory Arrivals test as of 4th February 2022.
Finnair has announced that it is postponing the launch of flights to Dallas in the United States and has also cut capacity across its network due to less demand as a result of Omicron variant of COVID-19 and also due to a significant increase of sick leave among staff at Finnair and its partners.
The Qantas Group has confirmed that it has cut capacity and is adjusting flying levels to better match travel demand in light of the sudden growth in COVID-19 cases in Australia.
Government of India has issued revised guidelines for travellers coming from an international destination.
United Kingdom’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that England has removed pre-departure testing for international travellers.
UPDATE (18:07 hours on 28th November 2021): The government of United Kingdom has announced that the new rules would come into effect from 04:00 hours GMT on Tuesday 30th November 2021. Countries around the world are tightening their border restrictions amid concerns of the new Omicron variant of COVID-19 and United Kingdom is no different. […]
Countries around the world are tightening their border restrictions amid concerns of the new Omicron variant of COVID-19 and United Kingdom is no different. The United Kingdom has announced that it will require all arriving passengers to self-quarantine. The announcement comes after the UK added 6 African countries to its Red List.
The government of United Kingdom has reintroduced ‘Red List’ with 6 African countries present in it as added by the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA). This comes amid concerns over new COVID-19 variant – B.1.1.529.