The Britain government will be ending all COVID-19 travel requirements on Friday to make Easter holiday school vacations easier. This means passenger locator forms and the requirement for unvaccinated people to be tested for COVID-19 before and after their arrivals, will end on Friday. Grant Shapps, their Transport Secretary said this will mean people “can travel just like the good old days.”
Passenger locator forms require people to fill in travel details, their address in the U.K., and their vaccination status. U.K. airlines such as Virgin Atlantic and British Airways are welcomed by the news. These airlines are also beginning to ease mask-wearing requirements on certain routes.
Despite the removal of restrictions, the latest government figures released Monday displayed that there were more than 444,000 new cases recorded in the past seven days in the U.K. Their Health Secretary, Sajid Javid said the rise in cases is “to be expected” as people gather and socialize more.
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