In Britain’s strict travel rules due to the Covid-19 pandemic  affected the airline and tourism industry, drawing flak for falling behind European Union in attracting tourists.

Britain’s strict travel rules  to the coronavirus disease  pandemic has severely affected the airline and tourism industry, drawing flak for falling behind European Union in attracting tourists.

The news agency Reuters  reported  British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is discussing a travel corridor with   the United States  decision to allow fully vaccinated US and EU travellers without needing to quarantine is expected .

According to LBC radio on Wednesday , Johnson said he wanted fully vaccinated US citizen  to come to  England  freely  as they did before the pandemic. “We want people to be able to come from the US freely in a way that they normally do. We’re talking to them the whole time,”.

Both the US and UK are another Covid-19 wave driven by a highly transmissible Delta variant but the countries are relying on high vaccination coverage to open up economies.

At the moment we are facing with delta wave The U.S is dealing with a Delta wave, but be assured that we are on it the whole time. As soon as we have something to say about travel corridors you’ll be hearing from us.”

Britain removed almost all restrictions related to Covid-19 and opened up international travel under which fully vaccinated Britons and children under the age of 18 will no longer have to quarantine. The UK is reportedly set to announce similar relaxation for visitors from the US and the EU.

Recently, non-Britons travelling to the UK from countries and territories on the  are required to quarantine for at least 10 days.

The four individual nations of Britain has the right to set different entry restrictions during the COVID 19, any  of travel restrictions could provide a huge boost to the travel industry reeling under 16 months of restrictions.

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