Double Jabbed Brits Allowed To Holiday Without Restrictions To Amber Listed Countries like Spain
As Grant Schapps finally released restrictions on travelling to the likes of Amber listed countries for Brits who have been double jabbed – nicknamed DJ Day within the tourism industry, the news has been widely welcomed on Spain’s Costas and the Algarve In Portugal.
After 2 years of heavy restrictions that have seen thousands of British-owned businesses abroad go to the wall, it was ecstatic news for ex-pat British business owners for those still standing.
From June the 19th, Brits can travel to Spain and Portugal restriction-free, as long as they have had both their jabs against the Coronavirus.
Bar owners this morning in Spain are delighted at the news; speaking just after the announcement Mark Sutherland from the iconic Luna Bar expressed his delight; the Scotsman said: ” Get in there! – hopefully, this is the opening of the road to normality; we bar owners have battled so hard to stay afloat during this pandemic, and we really needed this boost. It’s fantastic.”
Meanwhile, on Spain’s Costa Blanca, the news was also welcomed with open arms; barman Gary Devlin said: “Brilliant just brilliant, anyone coming in my bar from the UK who can demonstrate a double jab will get a free shot!” he laughed.
“We are going to call it the Double Jabber.”
Reactions were the same over in the Algarve as bar owner Mark Timmins said:
“This is just fantastic; now I look forward to the news of how many are booking up,” he said.