Foreign travel has been off the cards completely for Brits since the start of the most recent coronavirus lockdown in January. But as the Government’s plan for international travel is set to be fully unveiled next week, the upcoming loosening of lockdown restrictions in France means visitors may be permitted once again sooner rather than later.
May 17 is currently the set date for when international travel plans will go into action, with finalised plans expected to be announced next week.
Travel will resume under a traffic light system, with countries split into three categories – green, amber and red.
While the Department for Transport has said it is still “too early to predict which countries will be on which list over the summer,” a leaked report indicates travel to France could resume within the next few months, just in time for the summer holiday season.
France has administered just over 20 million doses of the vaccine, with 5.7 million people fully vaccinated – approximately 8.5 percent of its population.
As it currently stands, British holidaymakers will be able to travel to France from June 9, according to a leaked report…