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Travel industry frustrated by lack of clarity on road map to reopening | Travel & leisure

Travel companies have expressed frustration after Boris Johnson held off from confirming a date for international travel to resume.

All shops in England will be allowed to reopen from next Monday, while pubs and restaurants will be allowed to serve customers outdoors, in line with the previously announced roadmap for easing restrictions.

However, the travel industry was disappointed with the lack of clarity on whether holidays will be allowed from 17 May, the date by which the government said it was aiming to restart international travel.

The government will bring in a “traffic light” system to allow travel to some lower-risk countries. Travel to and from “green” countries will be allowed with no quarantine requirement, although…

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