The island of Mykonos in Greece on Thursday was added to the UK’s “travel corridor” list, meaning that travelers arriving from the Greek island as of Sunday, October 25, will no longer have to isolate, according to the updated travel advice for Greece by the Foreign Office (FCDO).
“Mykonos is now exempt from FCDO advice against all non-essential travel. This is based on the current assessment of Covid-19 risks,” the Foreign Office said.
With the removal of Mykonos from the UK’s quarantine list, all of mainland Greece and all Greek islands are now exempt from the FCDO’s advice against all non-essential international travel.
“If you are returning to the UK from mainland Greece or the Greek islands, you do not need to self-isolate on your return,” the Foreign Office noted.
It is reminded that the FCDO last week removed Crete from the quarantine list.
The Canaries, the Maldives and Denmark were also added to the UK’s “travel corridor” list. From 4am on October 25, travelers to the UK will no longer need to self-isolate when arriving from those destinations.