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But top holiday hotspots closer to home – like France and Spain – will not be on the green list. France, Spain and Greece are likely to be ‘amber’. But early reports indicate Portugal has also made The Government is set to release its ‘green list’ of countries this week, where tourists will be able to travel to from May 17. The ban on foreign holidays is expected to be lifted for people in England from May 17 as part of the next easing of coronavirus restrictions.
Grant Shapps says France and Spain not on list yet; Chinese vaccine is fifth to be approved by World Health Organization The ban on foreign holidays is expected to be lifted for people in England from May 17 as part of the next easing of coronavirus restrictions.
They are the only popular summer short-haul destinations out of 12 countries and territories on the Government’s new green list for travel. France, Spain and Greece are not yet included but the list Holidaymakers have found out where they can travel to this month – and not have to quarantine when they get home. This evening the Government has revealed further details around the ‘traffic light
Map Of Spain And Portugal And France : SUNSEEKERS looking for a European break this month can head to Gibraltar or Malta, The Sun can reveal. The two tiny Mediterranean sunspots are set to be included on the green list for Reports suggested the list could include about a dozen countries, although some newspapers suggested it could be fewer than 10. Both The Times and The Guardian said destinations likely to make it onto England is set to find out which holiday destinations will be assigned green status this summer with transport secretary Grant Shapps will host a press conference later today. Holidaymakers will