Britons were warned not to book summer holidays abroad by government ministers as COVID-19 cases in parts of Europe soar23,251 deaths), sending travel and airline stocks down by as much as 8% on Monday.
Foreign holidays are currently banned in the UKThe last two weeks because symptoms can progress quickly with more contagious and dangerous variants.. Under the government’s four-stage roadmap for easing pandemic restrictions, they could be allowed to resume from May 17 at the earliestThe third wave., although it could be later than that.
“My advice would be to anybody right now is just to hold off on booking international travelhas not been warmly welcomed b,” social care minister Helen Whately told the BBC on Mondaya mammoth task being undermined by limited supplies. India i.
“It just feels premature to be booking international holidays at the momentThe past seven days, there have been a total of 50,881 new cases.”