Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Britain removes Pakistan from red list

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London: The British government changed the traffic light system and removed Pakistan from the red list.

According to ARY News, the British government removed Pakistan’s name from the Travel Red List and added it to the Rest of the World List. According to the report, besides Pakistan, the British government also removed the names of Turkey, Bangladesh, Maldives and Oman from the red list.

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It should be noted that the British government has introduced a traffic light system to prevent corona, under which different countries have been included in the green, amber and red list.

There is no ban on those coming to the UK from countries on the Green List, while there is a 10-day quarantine ban on those coming from the Amber List at home, although those who have received both doses of the vaccine are not subject to quarantine. Similarly, those on the red list are subject to a ten-day quarantine at the hotel, with the exception of diplomats and critically ill people.

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Surprisingly, despite the spread of the disease and the high number of deaths in India, the British government has removed India from the red list, after which the people there began to criticize the government’s decision. Recently, the British Foreign Secretary had signaled to remove his name from the red list during his visit to Pakistan, while the British MPs had also written letters to the government in this regard and recorded the protest.

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