Travel across Britain will be allowed for the first time since Christmas in an exciting update. As of Monday, the new rules will come in.
Britons will be able to travel between UK borders.
Holidaymakers from England and Wales will be able to travel to Scotland as of tomorrow (Monday, 26 April).
It will be a welcome change for many, who will be able to travel to see family.
Tourists will also be able to travel across the border to Scotland.
The Scottish Government asks travellers to take a lateral flow test three days before travelling there.
It also asks travellers to take a test on the day of departure if heading to Scotland’s islands.
However, Britons should bear in mind overnight stays are still against the rules.
Meeting indoors is still similarly restricted.
Both types of meeting will be not be allowed until May 17 at the earliest.
In England currently, you are able to visit campsites and self-contained holiday accommodation with your household.
Travel to Northern Ireland should be allowed from April 30.
Foreign holidays are still not legal for Britons.
However, France lockdown is easing and is looking good to be a British summer holiday destination this year.
French Prime Minister Jean Castex spoke to a news conference about plans to ease out of lockdown.
Mr Castex said: “The third wave of the disease is behind us.”
He said people in France will be able to travel anywhere within the country from 3 May.
So, France may reopen its borders to international visitors sooner than expected, the Telegraph reported.
The country may well be added to the UK’s green list when the ban on international travel for Britons is lifted from 17 May.
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