The UK Moves India from Red to Amber List: Hotel Quarantine no Longer Required

5 August 2021

The UK government has announced that from 8th August 2021, India will no longer be a Red list country and will be placed on the Amber list. This means greater ease of travelling and lesser travel restrictions for international students travelling to the UK from India.

 

Students arriving in the UK can now straight away go to their university or chosen private accommodation and complete a 10-day quarantine there instead of at a managed quarantined hotel as previously required.

This is great news as Indian students can now confidently go to the UK without worrying about additional quarantine costs. Moreover, all international students in the UK have access to vaccination in the UK and can register with a GP or on the NHS website to get themselves vaccinated against Covid-19.

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You can still submit your UK university application for September 2021 entry. Book a free consultation with SI-UK India today to get started.

Travel Update to UK

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Anyone arriving from an Amber country in the UK who is fully vaccinated, or vaccinated with a vaccine authorised by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) for Europe, Swissmedic for Switzerland, or the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the USA, will be exempt from home quarantine. 

Visit Visas to travel to the UK from India are open in addition to the previously available long-term visas.

For more on the latest UK and Coronavirus(Covid-19) information or to apply to study in the UK, arrange your free consultation and speak to an SI-UK India consultant today.

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