LONDON (Bywire News) – On Tuesday, British trade minister, Lizz Truss, said that Britain is set to announce a green list of countries that can travel to Britain for holidays, accompanied with the correct procedures to ensure safe travel.
The possibility of the British travelling to Europe increased on Monday after the European Union suggested lifting some restrictions to enable travel for people who are fully vaccinated or from a country with a “good epidemiological situation”.
Back in mid-April, the British government said that it would have a list of which countries are ready for restriction-free travel in early May, in time for their plans to restart holiday travel not earlier than May 17.
Truss said to Sky News, “I don’t think it will be much longer before we make those announcements.”
Some sources have hinted that the green list could be published on Friday, following Thursday’s local elections.
She added, “People are looking to book a holiday but I would encourage people to…