Both the U.S. and the U.K. gave the all clear–in principle–for vaccinated passengers to travel … [+] overseas without quarantine or testing
For anyone waiting to travel again between the U.S. and the U.K., many can take heart that the two countries are moving in the same direction–both countries have green lit trials for domestic passports (for vaccinated people to enter sports games or music concerts) and both have agreed that vaccinated people will be able to travel overseas, as soon as the borders reopen:
Vaccinated U.K. residents have been given the go-ahead to travel overseas, once borders open–The Telegraph reported that vaccinated U.K. travelers will face fewer restrictions upon returning and be allowed to return untested from more places. Under new plans, everyone would have to get tested before departure but arrival countries would be more lenient to vaccinated passengers and there would be less testing upon return.
Likewise, the CDC has told U.S. travelers they can travel abroad if they too are fully vaccinated–on 2 April, the CDC updated its travel advice to say that vaccinated passengers do not need to get tested before departure unless the destination requires it, nor do they need to quarantine upon return…