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Air bridges: English travellers can visit these 60 countries

You no longer have to self-isolate on your return from these destinations – though only ‘essential’ travel is allowed during lockdown

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Back in July 2020, after months of lockdown, travel finally became possible again. First holidays in the UK were officially back on the agenda, and then trips abroad became a reality once more, with the government removing travel restrictions on a sizeable list of countries (at least for travellers who live in England).
The UK government’s ‘travel corridor’ approach only removes the mandatory ten-day self-isolation period on return to the UK – and only for English residents. The rules vary in Scotland,…

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