Today, Boris Johnson suggests that TRAVEL tests for triple-ray Brits will be phased out within days.
His predecessor, Theresa May, told the Prime Minister when he would scrap all tests for people traveling in and out of the country.
Britons returning home from holiday must now perform lateral flow tests to prevent the spread of Covid.
But they are widely set to be phased out for those already vaccinated – as the country transitions into a post-Covid world.
Mrs May asked today why not mention the travel tests in his Plan B announcement today.
And the Prime Minister replied that there would be a statement “in the next few days” on the matter, emphasizing: “I think it is very important that everyone in the country understands that getting your support , wherever you want in the world, getting your support is going to be a pretty important thing to do.”
It is likely that any measure would apply to anyone who was stabbed three times.
Ministers have said they will update isolation rules to “fully vaccinated” meaning anyone who has had three vaccines in the future – but have not said when this will come into force. .
The government has removed pre-departure tests a two-hour day test can be a lateral flow test instead of an expensive PCR test.
Lateral flow testing costs around £60 less than PCR testing – saving £240 per family.
This means families can save hundreds of pounds on their holiday, with £22 pre-departure saving £88 for a family of four.
And finally, holidaymakers no longer need to self-isolate while they wait for their second day’s Covid test results.
Britons will still need to have a PCR test if their bilateral flow is positive again, which is freely available on the NHS.
Travelers will also need to check travel rules before going abroad, with destinations like Italy and Cyprus requiring negative Covid tests – we’ve rounded up Latest travel advice and restrictions for some of the top holiday destinations for Britons.
The Sun’s Jabs Army volunteers worked heroically to help speed up the deployment process and get as many boosters as possible into the weapon.
36 million Britons – about two-thirds of the country – have received a booster or third dose of the vaccine.
It came after he confirmed The Plan B measures have finally been implemented from next Thursday – with work-from-home measures lifted and concealment laws repealed, and the much-hated vaccine passport removed as well.
The current rules expire on January 26 which means the changes will begin on Thursday morning.
But masks in children’s classrooms will be removed from tomorrow.
The Prime Minister told the House of Commons today: “The Cabinet concludes that due to the extraordinary intensification of the campaign, coupled with the way the public has reacted to the Plan B measures, we can go back to Plan A in the UK. and allow the provisions of Plan B to lapse.”
https://www.thesun.ie/travel/8230766/travel-tests-boosted-brits-to-be-ditched-days-boris-johnson/ Boris Johnson hints for major holidays when travel tests will be skipped within DAYS for Britons boosted