What does end of UK quarantine mean for travel insurance?

From July 10 it will be possible to travel between France and England without the 14-day quarantine requirements, which is also good news for travel insurance.

The new quarantine rules only apply to travel to and from England.

Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland still have quarantine measures in place for international travellers.

The dropping of the requirement by the UK for people to self-isolate if arriving from France into England will coincide with a a change to the FCO’s travel advice for the country, meaning that the UK government will no longer formally advise against all but ‘essential’ ...

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