for the purpose of This Thursday, July 15, the third review is scheduled From the English traffic light for international travel. Hope that in addition to BalearicSome other Spanish lands could turn green and have been frustrated by the Covid boom across the country, as well as in the Mediterranean archipelago, which could turn back to amber or turn straight red, according to some British analysts. According to the European Agency for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) map, Practically all of Europe is green, indicating a low risk, except for Spain, Portugal, Cyprus and some areas of Greece. Meanwhile, the UK will be drawn Dark red as a “high risk” area On the map of the European Agency.
For ECDC, France is in the green, like Italy, much of Greece and its islands and the entire European Mediterranean coast, as well as countries like Poland (with 3.13 new cases per 100,000 residents in 14 days) and Slovakia (6.72 new cases). ), two countries classified by some British media as Strong candidates to go green when checking the next traffic lightThis Thursday the fifteenth.
SpainAs shown on the map, they are almost all red except for Galicia and Castilla-La Mancha, which are in amber. The two archipelagos, the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands, are also shown in red. The cumulative incidence in Spain is 362.63 new cases per 100,000 inhabitants in 14 days.
This is the European Agency for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) risk map.
Expert travel journalist Paul Charles believes that the Balearic Islands could go directly from the green list to the red list, due to the occurrence of more than 400 new cases per 100,000 residents in 14 days.
According to ECDC Standards, the green Lowest risk category means transmission, with rates of less than 50 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in 14 days.
Almost all of Eastern Europe is in this situation, as is the Mediterranean coast. Greece In general it maintains green (its index is 167.6 new cases per 100,000 inhabitants in 14 days), with the exception of the area of Athens and some islands, such as Crete and Rhodes, which are at medium risk and are amber on the map.
Also France (63.39 new cases per 100,000 residents in 14 days), Belgium (97.04 cases), Germany (11.12 new cases) and Austria (15.2 cases) are in green, the potential destinations highlighted by British media as eligible to go green in Thursday’s review.
England is nearing the end of the truce
Let us recall that at the moment, for the traffic light issued by the English Department of Transport, only three destinations are nearby in the green list: Balearic Islands, Madeira and Malta. The Balearic Islands and Madeira are included in the list of countries in green To be watched closely In case they had to go back to amber.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps is receiving pressure from the British sector as well as Parliament to expand the list of destinations on the Green List القائمة
Next Monday, the nineteenth is an important date for England: on the occasion of Escalation end point, which was confirmed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday despite the fact that infections are increasing in the UK and have already exceeded 600 cases per 100,000 residents in the last 14 days.
Government scientific advisors have already warned of potentially dire consequencesيمة If Johnson goes ahead with his plans to remove all restrictions.
The fact that nightclubs are reopening from Monday, social distancing rules are abandoned and masks are no longer mandatory, represents to doctors that the country suffers between 200 and 400 deaths every day. They stressed that stopping the truce is “irresponsible and dangerous.”
In London, Mayor Sadiq Khan has announced, masks will remain mandatory on public transport.
Moreover, Monday the 19th marks the end of the government’s recommendation not to travel to countries on the amber list, and fully immunized travelers who “dared” to do so. They will not have to be quarantined when they return home, as we explain in British Travels: How Many Project Completion Reports Should They Run If They Travel to Spain?
UK will be ‘high risk’
The only region in Europe identified on the ECDC map with the possibility to Very high risk, dark red color, it’s a Cyprus, which has higher infection rates than the UK: in the last 14 days it has accumulated 1,058.81 cases per 100,000 population.
The UK is not included in the ECDC risk map because the UK is no longer a member of the European Union. But if so, It will be dark redLike Cyprus, where this category is determined from 500 new cases of infection per 100,000 residents in 14 days. The UK already has more than 600 cases per 100,000 population in the last 14 days.
The UK Department of Transport’s traffic light is checked every three weeks. It went into effect on May 17, and was revised on June 3 and 24.
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