Britain’s borders will reopen for international travel in just over two weeks, with “a handful” of approved countries set to be part of Europe’s “green” travel list.
According to The Sun, sunseekers looking for a European break this month can head to Gibraltar or Malta, which are just two idyllic locations set to be included on the green list for quarantine-free travel after May 17 – due to be announced this Friday.
A handful of countries will be given coveted green status in a new travel traffic light system based on jab rollout and COVID rates – meaning Brits can visit with just two tests on their return.
Outside of Europe, Australia, Ireland, Israel, New Zealand and Malta are all likely to be on the green travel list, but holiday favourites Spain and Greece will have to likely wait until a review in June, sources say.
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They are likely to be on the “amber” list meaning people can visit but they will have to quarantine for 10 days when they return to the UK.
But insiders think most top destinations including France will be given the green travel go-ahead by the school summer holidays in July…