Covid travel tests scrapped
All fully-vaccinated arrivals to England from overseas will no longer have to take Covid tests. The revision takes effect from 11 February, easing travel for the half-term holidays.
Scotland has also agreed the change with other home nations expected to follow. Grant Shapps said it would save families about £100 on trips abroad, and give the travel industry a boost.
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