Following consistent terrible news for British holidaymakers, hope is in sight for a summer vacation.

UK campsites could open when July, while Greece and Portugal have offered “air bridges” for British vacationers to get away without the 14-day isolation currently being enforced.

Portugal and Greece could waive the 14-day quarantine for Brits


Greek tourisim minister Harry Theoharis suggested the UK to stop the fourteen day isolation for Greek sightseers, and would respond the kindness for Brits entering Greece thusly.

The new proposition, which Mr Theoharis told the BBC, could be a piece of the “air bridges” being recommended between the UK and well known holiday hot spots in Europe.

Transport Minister Grant Shapps said in the House of Commons yesterday: “The last subtleties of the lockdown plan will be released soon, coming in ahead of schedule one month from now.”

“The case we would to be sure think about further upgrades for instance, things like air bridges, empowering individuals from different regions and nations who have themselves accomplished lower levels of coronovirus infection, to come into the nation.

Beaches in Greece reopened over the weekend
Sea shores in Greece revived over the weekend

Camping vacations could be back on the menu for the mid year too, in spite of fears that they will be unable to open this year.

Work and Pensions Secretary Therese Coffey told Sky: “Having originated from Suffolk down to London, I know there are a great deal of campsites that are exceptionally keen to reopen.

“Campsites are deliberately being considered, perceiving that we have a decreased open air transmission hazard, that things like outdoor camping would suit well under these circumstances.”

She included that it as a choice for “in the not so distant future, conceivably in July” infection rates need to remain down first.

English caravan sites are planning to open soon, with primer dates for July – however they are campaigning to open ahead of schedule in June, in accordance with plans set forward for destinations in neighboring Wales.

Visit Britain’s Acting CEO Patricia Yates said the crisis could really help the British and travel industry and asked the country to take a holiday later in the year.

She clarified: “To get British the travel industry going this summer – and this mid year is immensely significant – we need those local visitors.