Covid restrictions 'more likely' to end if 70% target reached - BBC News

Covid restrictions ‘more likely’ to end if 70% target reached – BBC News

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The Association of British Travel Agents (Abta) is to take part in an industry-wide day of action on Wednesday, calling on the UK Government to allow international travel to return safely and in a risk-managed way.

Abta said this can be done by expanding the green list “in line with the evidence and making restrictions more proportionate”.

A review of the current travel guidance – as set out by the Global Travel Taskforce – is expected by 28 June, including any updates to the quarantine-free ‘green list’.

Pilots are expected to join travel industry colleagues on Wednesday’s day of action at Heathrow, Bristol, Edinburgh and Manchester airports.

As we said in a previous post, the British Airline Pilots Association (Balpa) is calling for urgent help because of the “devastating” impact of the pandemic.

Abta wants ministers to bring forward a package of tailored financial support, including extension of furlough support, recognising that the sector’s ability to…

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