Housing Minister Simon Clarke conceded on Tuesday that it is going to be "very, very difficult" for Britons to take summer holidays this year amid reports that the Government is revising its 14-day quarantine plan for UK arrivals.
Spain has already ruled out opening its borders to British tourists in the immediate future with its Tourism Minister warning that the UK's coronavirus infection rate "still had to improve".
Despite this, there are suggestions that the Government could still implement a proposed "air bridges" scheme to allow Britons to visit certain countries before the end of the summer and it has also been clarified that Britons will be able to travel to Greece this summer without having to quarantine.
But will you be able to go on a summer holiday abroad this summer and where will it be safe to travel to?
At 1 p.m. on Wednesday June 2 the Telegraph's Chief Consumer and Culture Editor, Nick Trend, will be answering your questions on refunds, travel restrictions and the proposed "air bridges" scheme during a coronavirus Q&A.