Britain is all set to resume international leisure travel with 12 destinations across the world from May 17. The said destinations include Iceland, Israel, Portugal, Faroes, Australia, the territories of Gibraltar and the Falklands, and more. The UK, after having relative control over the pandemic, is now keen to restart tourism. UK’s Department of Tourism declared easing of the legal ban on international leisure trips, starting tomorrow.
UK Transport Minister Grant Shapps commented that, “Today marks the first step in our cautious return to international travel, with measures designed above all else to protect public health and ensure we don’t throw away the hard-fought gains we’ve all strived to earn this year.”
The UK has come up with a
Green List, mentioning the countries that it is now open to. These 12 destinations are also given relief in terms of quarantine requirements. For now, European countries are off the list. An advisory by the concerned authorities have urged…