Boris Johnson is poised to announce some Easter Monday good news, with new lockdown-easing moves as part of his COVID roadmap to freedom.
The PM is launching pilots of either “vaccine passports” or before-and-after testing at nine entertainment venues from mid-April.
The chosen venues will include Wembley stadium for vaccine passports, and four night-time entertainment settings in Liverpool for the before-and-after testing.
He is also preparing for foreign holidays to go ahead this summer, with a “traffic light” system of rules in which travel to “green light” destinations will not require quarantine.
Whether countries are red, amber or green, however, will depend on their vaccination and COVID-19 infection rates.Advertisement
But the government is still saying: Don’t book a holiday abroad just yet.