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Published on Thursday, November 26, 2020

Pacific Islands and Aruba added to travel corridor, Estonia and Latvia removed

A number of Pacific destinations and the Caribbean island of Aruba have been added to the UK travel corridor.

Estonia and Latvia have been removed.

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said travellers arriving from Aruba, Tonga, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Samoa, Bhutan, Mongolia, Micronesia, Kiribati and Timor-Leste will no longer have to quarantine from 4am Saturday.

Conversely, those arriving from Estonia and Latvia will need to self-isolate from 4am Sunday.

Shapps also anounced the total travel ban on Denmark has been lifted although it remains off the travel corridor.

While encouraging that more destinations have been added to the corridor, none are open to UK tourists.

Aruba currently requires visitors to apply online for permission to travel and also to provide a negative Covid test.

Tonga, Vanuatu, Samoa and Mongolia all have their borders closed.

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