Simon Calder to host ‘Ask me anything’ live as end to testing for vaccinated announced

Yesterday Boris Johnson introduced that each one journey testing can be dropped for totally vaccinated travellers into the UK – that means that from 11 February, you may strike “order day two take a look at” out of your vacation to-do checklist.

There are marginally extra developments for unvaccinated travellers, in reality, who from the identical date is not going to need to quarantine and now not need to take a take a look at on day eight after arrival – leaving simply two assessments (a pre-departure and a day two) on their checklist.

This follows the step by step scrapping of journey guidelines such because the pre-departure take a look at for double-jabbed travellers and the emptying of the crimson checklist in December – simply weeks after it was dramatically re-filled.

Transport secretary Grant Shapps has known as this newest growth “a return to normality not witnessed since early 2020.” – although in reality, the testing requirement for journey didn’t are available in till 2021.

So what do all these fixed modifications imply for journey? Is it secure to e-book a vacation? May testing out of the blue return with a brand new variant? And have we actually seen the final of the crimson checklist?

Our skilled Simon Calder shall be readily available to reply all of your newest journey questions in an ‘Ask me something’ later in the present day (Tuesday, 25 January). He shall be answering reside within the feedback part under between 1pm and 2pm.

Register to submit your query within the feedback field beneath this text. If you happen to’re not already a member, click on “enroll” within the feedback part to depart your query.

Don’t fear if you happen to can’t see your query – they are going to be hidden till Simon joins the dialog to reply them.

Then be a part of us reside on this web page from 1pm as Simon tackles as a lot of your journey queries as he can inside an hour.

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