Those who return to Great Britain from Italy and have obtained both doses of the coronavirus vaccine will no longer have to undergo the quarantine introduced to limit infections. This was confirmed by British Transport Minister Grant Shapps, explaining that the measure applies to all people who have completed the vaccination process for at least 14 days and who come from countries included in the so-called ‘amber list’.
In addition to Italy, therefore, those coming from Greece, Spain or Portugal, for example, must not self-isolate. But also from Austria, Belgium and Holland to name a few. The measure applies not only to vaccinated persons, but also to minors under 18 years of age.