The Foreign Office recently updated its travel guidance, publishing a list of countries which will have a reciprocal arrangement with the UK and won’t require British visitors to quarantine on arrival, just in time for summer travel.
Many of us may decide to continue with our holiday plans, so the best advice at the moment is to know your rights and to do your best to stay safe.
While we start to look ahead to a better summer, you can protect yourself from any risks or losses if you know your rights with regards travel insurance, bookings and cancellations. You can find this article which we published earlier in the year on financial protection for travellers.
- We think it is possible to enjoy a summer holiday this year if you follow some sensible precautions. As always, Currensea has your travel money requirements taken care of.
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