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We’ve finally got the list of quarantine-free holiday destinations — but it’s not all plain sailing

FLYING…WITH LIMITS

JET, set, GO! We’ve finally got the list of countries you can travel to this summer without having to quarantine on your return.

But it’s not all plain sailing.

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Only those flying from England are free to holiday and return without isolating.

Scotland and Wales are still not convinced quarantine should be lifted.

And that’s before you get to the problem of countries not actually wanting to let us in.

While Cyprus is on the quarantine-free list, they are not letting us in until August 1 — and that’s with a Covid-free certificate.

Portugal and Egypt will be devastated they have not made the list as both rely heavily on tourism and are popular with UK travellers.

But with the Foreign Office lifting the ban on a slightly different list of countries we can only hope that this fluid situation will move in a positive direction.

Travel expert Simon Calder analyses the holiday destinations NOT on the quarantine-free air bridges list including Portugal and the USA

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