After nearly two years, the US lifts its travel ban to UK visitors who have had both Covid vaccine doses.
A flood of foreign visitors is expected as tough restrictions on entry come to an end on Monday. from: BBC News
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Sunday morning.
from: BBC News Fully-jabbed people returning to England will be able to take lateral flow tests instead of PCR tests.
From November, land and ferry crossings will be allowed for non-essential travel like family visits. from: BBC News
from: BBC News No traveller arriving in the Republic from any country will now have to quarantine in a hotel.
from: BBC News The government has “choked off” travel trade and 70% of firms plan redundancies, says Abta.
from: BBC News Foreign travellers from Wales will be able to use private PCR tests from 21 September.
Most international travellers will eventually need to be vaccinated when the US reopens borders. from: BBC News
The travellers arriving from the US were caught and fined C$19,720 ($16,000, £11,500). from: BBC News