Summer holidays have finally been given the go ahead – we want to hear your plans
The Government has finally issued a list of countries that British holidaymakers can visit, giving the green light for holidays to go ahead this summer.
The list of 59 destinations – including Greece, Spain and France – mean travellers from England will be exempt from quarantine on arrival back to England after July 10. A separate list gives the countries that no longer have an FCO warning in place, though not all are quarantine-exempt.
Devolved nations will announce their own quarantine plans in due course.
The announcement will bring relief to thousands of British holidaymakers with trips booked to these countries in the coming weeks. But there will be disappointment, too. Some countries including Portugal and Sweden do not feature on the quarantine-free list.
But the question is, what does this announcement mean to you?
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- Will you travel overseas this summer?
- Where do you plan to go?
- If you live in Scotland or Wales, would you consider crossing into England to fly?