Fully vaccinated Britons may be allowed to avoid quarantine on their return from international holidays.
Overseas holidays have been banned for many weeks due to the fear that people coming back will bring coronavirus variants home with them.
According to a report in The Daily Telegraph, those returning to the UK will be expected to have pre-departure COVID tests regardless of their vaccination status under plans from the government’s global travel taskforce.
But those who are fully vaccinated could need fewer tests after visiting low-risk countries and may avoid the 10-day quarantine on return from medium-risk countries.
It is understood the proposals would see all travellers entering…