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Overseas holidays to be allowed from 17 May
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Overseas holidays to be allowed from 17 May

Ministers will announce next week that the ban on overseas holidays will end on 17 May as part of the government’s Covid-19 roadmap out of lockdown restrictions, it has been reported. The Telegraph reported on Friday that the government was planning to introduce a traffic light system to allow Britons to go abroad on holiday, with a “tiny handful” of countries expected to be on the green list with the lowest level of restrictions. UK Covid-19 vaccinations: Latest figures All people, including those who have been vaccinated, will have to take a PCR coronavirus test when they return to the UK, according to the newspaper. Most European countries are reportedly likely to end up on the amber list, meaning holidaymakers will be required to quarantine for 10 days when they return and take t...