Officials are considering how immunizations can help open up summer vacations.
Vaccines may play a role in allowing British holidaymakers to travel internationally, according to ideas being studied by the government.
According to the Daily Telegraph, officials are considering measures that would allow Britons who have received both coronavirus vaccine doses to avoid having to quarantine while returning from countries on the amber list.
Following the continuous success of the jab’s deployment, a government official stated that work has begun to “examine the role of vaccinations” for inbound travel.
This could imply that popular summer vacation destinations like Spain, Portugal, France, and Italy, which are all presently on the UK’s amber list, will be available again.
Amber immigrants must quarantine at home for 10 days, whereas those arriving from the limited number of holiday places on the green list are not forced to self-isolate.
“As stated out in the Global Travel Taskforce, we are working with industry to ensure a safe return to foreign travel, governed by one overarching goal, public health,” a government spokesman said.
“Our traffic light system decisions are constantly reviewed and based on a variety of health issues.
“In recognition of the vaccine program’s strong strategic rationale and effectiveness, we have begun work to explore the role of immunizations in establishing a new set of health and testing measures for inbound travel.”
When the UK went into lockdown in reaction to the crisis in March of last year, demand for air travel dropped, and the Government is now under pressure from the shattered tourism industry to resume international travel.