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Here are the answers to 11 key questions on what is happening:
No. Overseas leisure travel from the UK is banned under coronavirus rules.
May 17 is the earliest that overseas leisure travel will be allowed for people in England under Boris Johnson’s road map for easing restrictions.
The Prime Minister said on Wednesday there will be “some opening up” on that date.
The devolved administrations have not set dates for the restart of foreign holidays.
That depends on where you have been. Destinations will be categorised as red, amber or green, with different quarantine and testing requirements.
You will not need to self-isolate, and will only need one post-arrival test.
People entering England from an amber country must quarantine at home for at least five days, and take a minimum of two post-arrival tests.
Those returning from a red list country must stay in a quarantine hotel for 11 nights at a cost of £1,750.
Assessments will be based on a range of factors, including the proportion of a country’s population that has been vaccinated, rates of infection, emerging new variants, and the country’s access to reliable scientific data and genomic sequencing.
The Government will publish the list on Friday, but there is speculation it could include Portugal, Malta, Gibraltar and Israel.
Summer favourites such as Spain, France, Italy and Greece are expected to be on the amber list initially.
They could switch to green when the situation is reviewed at a “checkpoint” on June 28.
A number of popular destinations have expressed their desire for the return of UK holidaymakers this summer.
Portugal hopes tourists will be back in May, while Spain is planning to reopen for international visitors in June.
Destinations are likely to require holidaymakers to show evidence they have received a coronavirus vaccine or taken a recent negative test.
Grant Shapps has confirmed that people in England will be able to display their status using the NHS app, but there are doubts over whether it will be ready for May 17.
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