Boris Johnson's roadmap out of lockdown - Foreign holidays banned until May 17 at the earliest.

BRITS won't find out until April 12 if they'll be going on holiday abroad this summer.

The Prime Minister announced today that the government would not make any decision until April - and that trips abroad will definitely be no earlier than May 17.

The Prime Minister has announced the road map out of lockdown, which includes holidays and hospitality.

The Global Travel Taskforce will report on April 12, with recommendations aimed at facilitating a return to international travel as soon as
possible.

Following that, the Government will determine when international travel should resume, which will be no earlier than 17 May.

Currently anyone who travels abroad to the 33 "high risk" countries has to self-isolate for 10 days in a quarantine hotel.

It is unknown whether holiday makers will have to stay in a quarantine hotel after trips booked for later this year.

From March 8, outbound travellers will be legally obliged to provide their reason for travel on the Declaration to Travel form.

For those looking to holiday in England, self-catered holidays will restart from April 12 which includes caravans and holiday lets, as long as it is with your own household only.

Hotels and mixed-group holidays will be able to resume from May 17, but only for two households, or more than two households with the rule of six.

From June 21, three households will be able to go away together even if it is more than the rule of six.

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