News that self-catering holidays in the UK may be allowed from April and holidays abroad as early as the middle of May has lifted the nation.
The Prime Minister revealed that holidays were back on the agenda in his announcement yesterday, which detailed his roadmap out of lockdown.
Self-catering holidays in the UK will be allowed from April 12 at the earliest, if the roadmap to recovery stays on track, allowing households to stay in self-contained accommodation, campsites and holiday lets where indoor facilities not shared with other households.
However, people can only holiday with their own household, reported the Mirror, and foreign holidays will not be allowed until May 17 at the earliest as a review is conducted into the safety of reopening borders.
The travel industry has expressed relief at the prospect of people in England being allowed to take summer holidays.
Paul Charles, chief executive of travel
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