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Hurry up after summer breaks after restrictions on travel to Europe – BBC News


Travel companies are in a huge hurry to book their summer holidays, saying travel restrictions in many European countries will be reduced from 6 July. A new “traffic light” system will set the level of risk for each country. It will be a “green” rating that will allow unlimited travel. Many destinations including France, Spain, Italy, Greece and Turkey are likely to be open to British tourists. It means they will be able to return to the UK on holiday without having to self-isolate for 14 days. The Foreign Office will also issue “advice against total but essential passengers” to go to low- or medium-risk destinations, enabling them to obtain travel insurance. However, easing the cuts will keep the UK low on coronavirus infection, allowing other countries to accept British tourists. Kate Silverton has presented a presentation by BBC Head Tom Burridge, transport correspondent. Subscribe HERE .



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