The government has finally revealed its list of 59 countries where restrictions no longer apply for those travelling from England, including France, Spain and Italy.
Previously, a “double lock” prevented nearly all international travel: the Foreign Office (FCO) advised against all non-essential travel abroad, invalidating Britons’ travel insurance, and a mandatory 14-day quarantine period was imposed on all inbound arrivals to the UK.
However, from 10 July these restrictions will be lifted for those travelling between England and the destinations given the green light.
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