Vaccinated Brits could go to countries without quarantining

Vaccines could play a major role in opening up international travel for British holidaymakers, under new plans considered by the Government. Officials are reportedly drawing up a plan for double-jabbed holidaymakers to not self-isolate upon returning from amber list countries. This could mean that travellers could jet off to major summer hotspots like Spain, Portugal, France and Italy without worries.

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