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Travel quarantine scrapped for double-jabbed

9 July 2021

9:20 AM

9 July 2021

9:20 AM

International travel rules will be relaxed on 19 June as part of the wider scrapping of social distancing rules and masks. Transport secretary Grant Shapps told the House of Commons that those entering England from green and amber nations will not be expected to self-isolate — provided they are fully vaccinated.

In practice, what this means is that British summer holidays have been given the go ahead.

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