peaking during a visit to a laboratory in Hertfordshire, the Mr Johnson played down the idea of lifting travel restrictions for people with two jabs: "I want to stress that this is going to be - whatever happens - a difficult year for travel. "There will be hassle, there will be delays, I am afraid, because the priority has got to be to keep the country safe and stop the virus coming back in."

No go for ‘ Two Jabbers’  indicates UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Despite vaccinated Brits getting their hopes up of travel restrictions being eased today, Boris Johnson scoffed it.

Boris, when questioned in Hertfordshire this morning, Mr Johnson played down the idea of lifting travel restrictions for people with two jabs: “I want to stress that this is going to be – whatever happens – a difficult year for travel.

“There will be hassle; there will be delays, I am afraid because the priority has got to be to keep the country safe and stop the virus coming back in.”

The comments from Britain’s leader are in line with what Whitehall sources already indicated to Global247news and that it is wise not to even think about a holiday in 2021 to the likes of Spain and France.

Away from the politicians, travel agents are also reporting how bosses are advising the same; Neil Mitchell, Bristol-based travel agent, reiterated what he said last week:

“Bosses are clearly in the know and being tipped off by the government; we are being told to avoid taking bookings for 2021 and target 20222 instead.”

The words regarding holidays came after the hospital admissions for the delta variant have already risen 30% and still rising.

 

 

 

 

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