Love Island’s Francesca Allen poses up a storm in a tiny coral string bikini as she continues to live it up in Dubai
Love Island star Francesca Allen posed up a storm in a tiny coral bikini as she continued to live it up in Dubai on Instagram on Monday.
While most of the UK are living in tier 4 restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic, Francesca, 25, hit sunny Dubai weeks back, where rules are much more relaxed.
UK residents are still permitted to fly to Dubai for work, so it’s become a hot spot for Influencers.
Doing her thing: Love Island’s Francesca Allen posed up a storm in a tiny coral string bikini as she continued to live it up in Dubai on Instagram on Monday
Grey area: UK residents are still permitted to fly to Dubai for work, so it’s become a hot spot for Influencers
Francesca has some fellow Love Islanders out with her for company, including Georgia Steel, Maura Higgins and Joanna Chimonides.
In Dubai, social distancing and the wearing of face masks is mandatory when away from your home. This also applies to visitors staying in hotels when they are not in their room.
The United Arab Emirates has played host to a number of stars over the past year, despite the consistent rules throughout advising against international travel, save for work or education.
Rules: In Dubai, social distancing and the wearing of face masks is mandatory when away from your home. This also applies to visitors staying in hotels when they are not in their room
Happy: She had a big smile on her face as she posed in front of the bathroom mirror
Amid yacht trips and wild nights out, a host of stars, including TOWIE’s Amber Turner, Dan Edgar, Yazmin Oukhellou and James Lock, have all maintained their trips have been for business purposes with many confirming their work plans on social media or to publications through their representatives.
The latest celebrity jaunts come amid warnings England could be plunged into ‘Tier 5’ restrictions within days after scientists were said to have advised Boris Johnson to impose tougher measures than those in November’s lockdown – with secondary schools, pubs and non-essential shops shut.
Government guidelines for international travel currently state: ‘Following identification of a new variant of the virus, international travel from your area may be increasingly restricted because of domestic regulations…
Loving life: Francesca has been enjoying swanky dinner dates with her Love Island pals
‘Different rules apply in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. For example, those in tier 4 areas in England will not be permitted to travel abroad apart from limited exceptions, such as work purposes. Follow all the rules that apply to you.’
The general travel advice on the Gov.uk site reads: ‘We continue to advise against all non-essential international travel to some countries and territories. You should check the country page for your destination….
‘We are monitoring the international situation very closely and keeping this advice under constant review so that it reflects our latest assessment of risks to British people. We take a range of factors into account.
‘For coronavirus, this includes the incidence rate and the resilience of healthcare provision in each country.’
Travelling to Dubai from the UK: what are the rules?
- As of Sunday 20th December, if you live in a Tier 4 area, you can only travel internationally – or within the UK – where you first have a legally permitted reason to leave home
- If you live outside a Tier 4 area you may still transit into or through a Tier 4 area to travel abroad if you need to, but you should carefully consider whether you need to do so
- In addition, you should follow the public health advice in the country you’re visiting and should look at the rules in place at your destination and the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) travel advice
- UK residents currently abroad do not need to return home immediately. However, you should check with your airline or travel operator on arrangements for returning
- For foreign nationals, if you are a resident in a Tier 4 area you are subject to the ‘Stay at Home’ regulations.
- You should not travel abroad unless it is permitted If you are visiting the UK and are in a Tier 4 area, you may return home
- You should check whether there are any restrictions in place at your destination
- Dubai is one of around ten countries which are now welcoming Brits without a quarantine on either side
- Visitors must be required to fill out a ‘health declaration’ form and provide valid health insurance on arrival
- Brits must present a negative PCR test result from within the past 96 hours, or take a test at the airport