England’s opening up borders to more US travellers, when will America do the same?
England’s opening up its borders to double-jabbed US and EU travellers, now will other countries let our tourists in?
We speak to travel expert Paul Charles who suggests Washington’s unlikely to budge soon on its current restrictions against UK passengers as the Delta variant surges Stateside. But he suggests places like Italy and others in the EU might finally start to look more favourably on British travellers, possibly before the end of the summer. We also talk about how the new rules are going to work in the UK, and the pilot scheme at British airports that appears to have convinced the government it can be done safely.
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