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Travel corridor update: Italy taken off 'safe list' BUT Crete now requires NO quarantine

A deal from , 16. Oct. 2020 3:09 pm

We understand that with so much going on in the news, it can be hard to keep up with where you can travel to and not quarantine upon your return. Therefore your handy Pirate crew has collated the list of countries you can still visit without having to quarantine for 14 days.

Travel corridor update: Italy taken off 'safe list' BUT Crete now requires NO quarantine - 2

There are many countries still on our 'safe list' however many of them have restrictions in place for us to visit. The 6 countries we can travel to are Germany, Sweden, Greece (excluding Mykonos), Cuba (at certain entry points), San Marino and Gibraltar.

Please note: this may differ between England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Unfortunately, as of Sunday 18th October, those returning from Italy will be required to quarantine for 14 days, this is due to a spike in their registered cases.

BUT

It's not all bad news, as the Greek island of Crete has now been removed from the list and those returning as of Sunday, will not be required to quarantine once home

Travel corridor update: Italy taken off 'safe list' BUT Crete now requires NO quarantine

Travel corridor update: Italy taken off 'safe list' BUT Crete now requires NO quarantine