British tourists are urged to continue following any Covid-19 rules in place at their foreign holiday destination.
COVID-19 has changed the way we travel and more importantly, altered the things want we want most out of a holiday. According to research by Twitter, four types of holidays have become the most important to Twitter users.
Some countries on the “green list” have imposed quarantine restrictions to UK travellers who arrive without proof of a negative PCR test or vaccine.
The UK government is expected to announce whether any new countries will be added to the ‘green’ list tomorrow, as part of its review of the traffic light system.
The UK government is considering plans to allow those who have received both Covid-19 vaccines to avoid self-isolation requirements when arriving in the UK from an “amber” list country.
The UK government is considering plans to allow fully vaccinated Brits to skip quarantine requirements on their return to the UK from “amber” destinations.
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The CMA is currently investigating two major airlines over concerns that they may have broken consumer law by not offering refunds to customers who were legally not permitted to travel as a result of Covid-19 lockdowns.
As a result of the constant changes in travel advice, many Brits have this year opted to enjoy a holiday here in the UK.
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The government has amended its travel advice for those living in areas with high rates of the Indian Covid-19 variant.
British travellers are not permitted to enter mainland Spain or the Balearic Islands, unless for essential reasons. However, this advice excludes the Canary Islands.
The UK government has issued new travel advice for those living in areas affected by the Indian Covid-19 variant. Some countries have also announced flight bans and restrictions for British travellers due to concerns over the new strain.