The Government of the United Kingdom has removed 47 nations and territories, including Nepal, from its red list, which has been in place since the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus in the country.
The Government of the United Kingdom indicated in a notification issued on Thursday that the provision will take effect on October 11.
According to reports, passengers returning to England from Nepal will no longer be forced to check into a hotel quarantine as a result of the new provision.
A similar treatment will be extended to eligible visitors who have been fully vaccinated in over 37 newly added countries and territories, so long as they have not visited a red list country or territory in the 10 days prior to their arrival in the United Kingdom.
Furthermore, the Government of the United Kingdom has announced that proof of vaccination for four vaccines (Oxford-AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Moderna, and Janssen and Janssen) from those 37 nations and territories will be recognised.
Passengers travelling to the United Kingdom from Nepal are required to show proof of immunisation.