The International Travel Ban for England Is To Be Gradually Lifted From 17th May 2021

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The International Travel Ban for England Is To Be Gradually Lifted From 17th May 2021

The International Travel Ban for England Is To Be Gradually Lifted From 17th May 2021

The prime minister of the UK, Boris Johnson, confirmed that pubs, restaurants will be opened again in England. It is because of ease in the lockdown next week. On the other side, the restrictions may remain for a longer period on international traveling.

The earliest date for resuming the non-essential international travel would be May 17. Further, the officials warned on Monday that there could be a delay. It can be because of a surge in coronavirus infection elsewhere in the world. In addition to that, he said that a decision would be taken over time. 

The International Travel Ban for England Is To Be Gradually Lifted From 17th May 2021
International Travel Ban for England

Johnsons explained on Monday at a press conference that “We can’t be complacent- we can see the waves of sickness affecting other countries, and we have seen how this story goes.” “We still do not know how strong the vaccine shield will be when cases begin to rise, as I am afraid that they will.”

In addition to that, the government is making the plan regarding the living accompanied with this virus for the longer term. Due to it, they develop a new system which is related to Covid Passports. Moreover, they urged the masses in England to take the free, rapid virus test two times a week. 

In addition to that, the ministers expect that Covid status passports will make the work easier for events that include a live audience to resume. Along with that, it will be easier for the travel restrictions and rules related to social distancing for the majority of business.  Moreover, the prime minister also makes plans alongside interim findings from the reviews of four policies at the press conference held on Monday in London. These include foreign travel, vaccine passport, and so on

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