From May 17 Britons are going to be allowed to jet off on holiday abroad to a select list of countries. Those categorised as green will see returning travellers no longer facing quarantine, though they will be subject to pre-and post-departure tests.
Initially, experts predicted as few as eight countries could be included on the list.
However, this morning travel expert Paul Charles revealed a more promising outlook, with as many as “24 countries” potentially being included.
It comes following a change from the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) to its travel advice pages for Spain and Greece.
The FCDO has removed its travel advisories against some Spanish and Greek islands, sparking hopes of an “island approach”.
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Speaking on BBC News on Tuesday morning Mr Charles said: “In our analysis we’re predicting up to 24 countries, especially when you include the 14 British overseas territories – the likes of Gibraltar, Cayman Islands, Monserrat, Falkland Islands.
“Small islands, small places, but the wider the list the better…