‘Boosters needed for those wanting to go abroad in summer'
Evening Standard|January 25, 2022
HOLIDAYMAKERS were today told that they will almost certainly need to prove they have had a booster jab if they want go abroad this summer.
Rachael Burford and Jonathan Prynn

The warning from Transport Secretary Grant Shapps came the day after the Government announced the last of the UK’s pandemic travel testing rules will be dropped for vaccinated tourists in time for February half term, when many families will hope to go skiing. The move was widely welcomed by the travel industry and said it opened the way for a strong recovery after two years of restrictions.

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