UK NEWS: UK leaves advice on non-emergency travel in 32 locations

LONDON, Oct 6 – Britain dropped its all-important offer in 32 countries and territories on Wednesday as it continued to simplify its coronavirus regime following progress in the fight against COVID-19 worldwide.

The change will allow people to travel more easily to travel to places like Algeria, Malaysia and Senegal as many tourism insurance companies do not include the government’s advice on travel, the Foreign Ministry said.

Britain recently changed its robots system to a single red line and reduced the need for fully vaccinated travelers.

The government is advising us on all but important trips to many countries and places on the red list including Brazil, Mexico, South Africa and Thailand.

“We set the right balance between keeping people safe and our priority and giving them the freedom to take responsibility, while supporting the tourism industry,” said Foreign Minister Liz Truss.

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