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The Government has unveiled the latest list of businesses that are going to be able to reopen in England soon. Importantly for many InsideFlyer readers, the list includes a range of travel-related businesses. From 4th July 2020, the following can reopen:
- Bed and Breakfasts accommodation
- Holiday apartments, homes, cottages or bungalows
- Campsites and caravan parks
Restrictions on restaurants, pubs, bars, museums, etc, have also been relaxed.
Despite the best efforts of airlines, I strongly suspect that a lot of people will be sticking to domestic holidays this summer. Even when the Government amends the blanket 14 day quarantine and develops a more sensible policy, it’s hard to see a huge rush for international travel.
It is also important to note that the devolved administrations in Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, have provided different guidance for the time being at least, so do bear that in mind.
On a personal note, I may be taking the idea of a ‘staycation’ to a whole new level, given that my first post-lockdown holiday will be to an Airbnb just 30 minutes walk from where I live…
Will you be holidaying at home too, or are you desperate to head abroad this Summer?