Holidays WILL go ahead from May 17 – but what countries will require you to quarantine?

holidays will go ahead from may 17 but what countries will require you to quarantine

Holidays abroad have been out of the question in 2021 due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, with all but absolutely essential travel banned. But now, the Government is finalising plans for international travel to resume in line with the roadmap out of lockdown.

Travel is currently on track to resume on May 17, with eager holidaymakers keen to fly to sunnier climates following months of winter lockdown.

Airlines and travel agents are accepting bookings for the summer period.

A senior government source said that ministers believe they can “keep tight controls in place at the border while taking a significant step forward on international travel”.=

When travel does resume, it will resume under a traffic light system, with countries split into three categories: green, amber and red.

Those travelling from red list countries will need to quarantine in a designated, managed hotel when they return, at their own expense.

The Government is also looking at ways to reduce the price of tests, with PCR tests normally costing around £120 to £160.

A Government spokesperson said: “We will work with the travel industry and private testing providers ahead of international travel reopening, to see how we can further reduce the cost of travel for the British public while ensuring travel is as safe as possible…

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