UK GOVERNMENT MARK MAY 17TH TO LIFT BAN TRAVEL

The UK government have air mark May 17th to lift restrictions and ban travel

UK GOVERNMENT MARK MAY 17TH TO LIFT BAN TRAVEL

The UK government have made plans to lift travel ban on May 16th, the decision to do so was made possible by the improvement and continual process on vaccination process across the country.

The fight against the Corona virus around the globe is been yielding bountiful fruits, except in some countries like India who is presently recording huge tally on variant cases.

Countries like Portugal, Israel, Iceland, New Zealand and a dozen more made the first UK green lists on Corona cases. "Green lists" are a number of countries the UK government allows travel without the need for quarantine upon return.

The transport secretary Grant Shapps says people will soon be able to book travel holidays and be allowed to visit their loved ones and friends abroad without a restriction policy.

He also hinted digital passport for vaccinated travelers will soon be made available for travelers who are duly and rightly vaccinated 


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