Cyprus has remained in the UK Government’s “green” Travel Corridors list despite a rise in coronavirus cases on the island.
This means that travellers from Cyprus arriving anywhere in the United Kingdom will continue to be excluded from the obligation to self-isolate for 14 days, as is the case with arrivals from most European countries.
The only country removed from the list this week is Liechtenstein. The quarantine obligation for arrivals from the Central European principality will come into force on Sunday.
Four destinations were removed from the “red” quarantine list, including Mykonos, the last of the Greek islands that remained in it.
From early morning Sunday, travellers from the Cycladic island, the Canaries in Spain, Denmark and the Maldives will no longer have to isolate when they reach the UK.
The Travel Corridors list is reassessed every Thursday afternoon.