(Loop News) Jamaica, St. Lucia and Dominica could be added to the United Kingdom’s Red List.
UK travel expert Paul Charles, CEO of travel consultants PC Agency, told Loop News that their latest analysis puts those countries among those that could face new travel restrictions.
The analysis comes ahead of Thursday’s UK traffic lights review which places countries in Red, Amber or Green categories based on COVID-19 rates.
For countries on the Red List, travel is restricted if you have been there for ten days prior to travel to the UK unless you are a British or Irish National, or you have residence rights in the UK. If you fly directly from a Red List country to the UK you would also be required to pay for your 10 days of quarantine at a hotel.