Green means go in overseas Covid travel plan | News

Ministers are preparing to give the go-ahead to limited foreign travel from next month, Boris Johnson suggested yesterday, as he said he wanted to “get the country flying again”.

The prime minister said he was “hopeful” that holidays would be possible to a limited number of destinations from May 17 as part of the gradual easing of lockdown restrictions.

However, he warned that continuing high case numbers in countries such as France and Italy meant that some of the places that “people might want to go to” would remain restricted.

Yesterday the government published the initial findings of its global travel task force that has been looking at how foreign travel could be safely resumed in time for the summer holidays.

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