Changes to Scotland’s Travel Lists
Malta, Madeira and the Balearics are being added to the international travel green list for Scotland.
The Scottish Government said there would be close monitoring of the Balearics ahead of the next review in three weeks.
Other green list additions include Antigua, Barbados and Bermuda. The changes come into effect on 30 June.
The easing follows the latest review of the travel risk 'traffic light' system which came into effect on 17 May.
The destinations have also been added to the UK's green list for international travel.
A number of destinations, including Tunisia and Uganda, have been added to the red list which requires managed isolation for 10 days on return.
The Scottish government said it was considering the evidence for easing amber list travel restrictions for fully vaccinated people.
It said caution around public safety meant no decision on this was expected immediately, and four nations discussions would continue.
New additions to travel lists
GREEN LIST: Malta, Madeira, Balearic islands (Ibiza, Menorca, Majorca and Formentera), Antigua, Barbados, Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, Anguilla, Montserrat, Bermuda, British Antarctic Territory, British Indian Ocean Territory, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Pitcairn, Turks and Caicos Islands.
RED LIST: Dominican Republic, Eritrea, Haiti, Mongolia, Tunisia, Uganda
- Blairgowrie Firm win double at Top UK Industry Awards
- Business Membership Launched by Rotary Club Perth
- The Queen's Green Canopy
- Golf Day 2021 Results
- Scottish Government Programme for Scotland 2021-2022
- First Minister announces plan for domestic vaccine certification
- Lindsays: Rise in employee-owned companies is good for Scotland’s economy
- Cyclists Prepare for 500-Mile Highland Charity Challenge
- Perthshire Chamber's Annual Golf Day Returns for September 2021
- New Perthshire Chamber Training and Networking Events
- Kilmac on the road to all-electric fleet
- Salmoni's marks 50th anniversary by move to new premises
- New £450m fund to unlock cutting-edge innovation across gas and electricity networks
- Prepackaged for Direct Sale Legislation - Food Standards Scotland
- Consultation on Scotland's first Framework for Tax
- Forth Valley Virtual Trade Mission to Belgium
- Blackadders: Knowledge of disability is key in disability discrimination claims
- Stagecoach launches new sustainability strategy
- Thorntons launches Charity Wills Campaign virtually this September
- Loan scheme launched for Scotland's farmers and crofters
- New touring fund for live music
- Scottish Covid inquiry to start later this year
- Blackadders - To be or not to Airbnb?
- Future Looks Bright For SMEs – New SME Barometer