BRITS can go on holiday from July 6 after ministers confirmed the first air bridges last night.
All of Europe could open up for travel corridors from Monday, which would allow people to go abroad safely without the need to quarantine on holiday or upon return.
Instead of quarantine restrictions, a “traffic light” system will be in place, meaning countries will be placed into green, amber and red categories based on the coronavirus risk.
Only those flying to countries in the “red” category will have to self-isolate for two weeks on their return – which include USA and Brazil.
A list of the countries in the categories is due to be published next week.
It comes as the coronavirus death toll in the UK stands at 43,414 after another 186 people died.
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