Covid-weary Britons may be itching for a change of scenery and some sunshine after months spent in lockdown. Though no official confirmation has been given from the Government, Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he has “not given up” on the May 17 date set out in his roadmap out of lockdown.
At this point, the Government has plans to put in place a “traffic light” system, ranking nations as “green”, “amber” or “red” based on their coronavirus figures and vaccination roll-out.
Ahead of this, head of The Points Guy UK Nicky Kelvin has shared his insight into nations that could make the cut based on their current statistics.
It turns out, there are some holiday favourites on the list.
“While we might not yet know which countries will appear at each traffic light level, we can use some past evidence to predict which destinations might be the safest bet,” explained Mr Kelvin.
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“Ultimately, it still remains to be seen exactly which destinations could be considered green.”
However, the expert also predicts some typically popular holiday hotspots could remain in the red…