The UK has removed Pakistan from the red list. Implementation of the travel ban will begin on September 22 at 4 p.m.
The British Transport Secretary Grant Shops said on social networking site Twitter that eight countries, including Pakistan, Turkey and the Maldives, had been removed from the travel ban list by the UK.
He wrote in his tweet that it has been decided to be removed from the red list, which will take effect on Wednesday, September 22.
A new system for international travel will be introduced in the future. Apart from Pakistan, Turkey, Egypt, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Oman, Bangladesh and Kenya have been removed from the British red list, according to a report in the British newspaper The Telegraph.
From September 22, travelers from these countries will be able to return to their homes without being quarantined after arriving in the UK.