Europe vaccination rate: Covid jabs rates and travel list status in European holiday hotspots
Quarantine rules for people fully vaccinated against Covid-19 will be scrapped from 19 July, opening up more travel options for holidays.
The changes mean people who have had two doses of a coronavirus vaccine will no longer have to self-isolate for 10 days after returning to the UK from amber list countries. Travellers will still need to complete a pre-departure test before arrival, alongside a PCR test on or before day two after arrival. The new rules come following further changes to the travel lists, which will see the Balearic Islands and the British Virgin Islands moved back on the amber list from Monday due to rising Covid cases. While infections are on the rise, the vaccination rollout is helping to prevent cases spiraling out of control. But what is the vaccination situation like in Europe? Here’s a look at 10 popular European holiday hotspots and what percentage of the population has been vaccinated and their travel list status.