The Government’s green list includes just 12 destinations – and not all of them allow British tourists to enter.
Some of the most popular tourist destinations on the list, including Australia, New Zealand and Israel, aren’t permitting any Brits to holiday there, while others including Iceland will allow only a select number. So what restrictions do those countries have in place, and when might they be lifted?
While Israel is on the UK’s green list, the country is not open to British tourists.
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Sharon Ehrlich Bershadsky, head of the Israeli tourism board in the UK, told i that the country hopes to welcome tourists back around July. This will only be for people who are fully vaccinated, and is likely to require at least one PCR test at the airport – although “nothing is completely sealed and final”.
Israel began a pilot scheme yesterday, which will see 20 groups of tourists arrive in the country…