The Government’s Global Travel Taskforce are in the process of categorising countries into a traffic light system, with countries labelled as green, amber and red depending on four key Covid data. International travel from the UK will be allowed from May 17, as part of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s lockdown roadmap. So for Britons wanting to head to Germany, will it be on the green list?
The taskforce is examining four key elements when categorising countries for international travel.
These are:The proportion of vaccinations undertaken Covid infection rates Prevalence rates The prominence of variants of concern
As such, experts have been able to determine which countries are likely to be added to the green list, based on current COVID-19 data.
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Will Germany be on the green list? (Image: GETTY)
Germany travel: Countries may not all allow international visitors, and there may be entry requirements (Image: GETTY)
Germany has unfortunately been experiencing a recent spike in Covid cases, which means it may be added to the amber list in terms of travel from the UK.
On Sunday, data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) for infectious diseases showed the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Germany increased by 16,290 to 3,416,822.
The reported death toll rose by 110 to 83,192.
However, it is not clear which countries will be added to which lists as yet, and with the announcement yet to come Germany may be classified as a green country.
Germany travel: Germany has unfortunately been experiencing a recent spike in Covid cases (Image: GETTY)
The announcement is due to be made in early May, which means any time from now until around the 14th of the month.
Experts have examined global Covid data and found likely green countries