COVID-19: UK decides to remove Oman from ‘red list’

A view of the Heathrow Airport in London - wikimedia commons
A view of the Heathrow Airport in London - wikimedia commons

The United Kingdom on Friday decides to remove Oman, off its “red list” for international travel, from Wednesday 22 September 2021.

Eight countries and territories will come off the red list from Wednesday 22 Sept at 4 am, Including Turkey, Pakistan and Maldives said Transport Secretary Grant Shapps via Twitter.

Eight Countries have been moving to the Amber list 4am, Wednesday 22 September , According to the United Kingdom official website

Turkey, Pakistan, Maldives, Egypt, Sri lanka, Oman, Bangladesh and Kenya



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