UK relaxes COVID-19 travel curbs for India, moves it from 'red' to 'amber list'


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Fully vaccinated passengers from India will no longer be subjected to compulsory 10-day hotel quarantine as the UK moved the country from its "red" to "amber" list. Under Britain's traffic light system for international travel, returning from amber list countries means a 10-day quarantining at home. The change, announced by the Department for Transport, comes into effect from 4 am local time on Sunday.