“More appropriate and calibrated mechanism”, says Rishi Sunak on Travel rules

Chancellor Rishi Sunak told the BBC that the health secretary was considering a “more appropriate and calibrated mechanism” for disconnecting for Covid interactions, in addition to relaxing the rules around confinement for travellers.

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Britain might ease travel restrictions soon | Times of India Travel

Over 50 countries are on the tightest red list, which requires visitors to pay to stay at a hotel for ten days.

It comes amid fears that floods in the UK will force a large number of people to seek shelter during the middle of the year, regardless of whether they have been fully inoculated.

“I understand people’s dissatisfaction with this. Mr Sunak told BBC Breakfast, “I’ve spoken to the health secretary, and he’s also aware of this.”

“He’s comparing the two systems [contact tracers and the NHS app] to determine what would be a more proportionate and balanced approach.”

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However, it does not specify how it will work, when it will happen, or whether unvaccinated children will be able to avoid isolation if their parents are fully inoculated.

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