Earlier this week, Boris Johnson revealed his plans for the easing of lockdown restrictions.
The roadmap plan is spread over four parts and subject to meeting four conditions.
A surge in summer getaway bookings has been recorded by airlines as a result of the announcement, meaning we could still get some much needed sunshine in 2021.
The prime minister confirmed that a taskforce will produce a report by April 12 recommending how international trips might be able to resume for people in England.
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Latest travel rules for Brazil
The FCDO advises against all but essential travel to the whole of Brazil based on the current assessment of Covid-19 risks.
Since January 15, direct flights from Brazil to the UK have been prohibited.
Visitors who have been in or transited through Brazil in the previous 10 days cannot enter England. British and Irish nationals, and third country nationals with residence rights in the UK arriving in England from Brazil will be required to quarantine in a hotel.
Different rules apply for arrivals into Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
From January 1 onwards, people with residence rights include: holders of Indefinite Leave to Remain; holders of existing leave to enter or remain (i.e those with biometric Residence permits) or an entry clearance/visa that grants such leave e.g. students, workers, etc (excluding visit visas); holders of EU Settlement Scheme (“EUSS”) leave; those who have rights of entry under the Withdrawal Agreements (including returning residents with a right of residence under the EEA Regulations and EEA frontier workers); family members of EEA nationals with rights under the Withdrawal Agreement.
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As of December 25, 2020, Brazil has temporarily suspended all flights from or via the UK.
Brazil has also temporarily suspended permission for foreigners who have been in the UK during the previous 14 days to embark any flight to Brazil.
There are restrictions on non-resident foreign nationals entering by land or sea.
Resident foreigners are permitted to enter Brazil, subject to a 14 day quarantine period on arrival.
Anyone travelling to Brazil by air needs to present at check-in evidence of a negative PCR test for Covid-19 taken within 72 hours of boarding.
Rules can change at a moment’s notice though, and you can find the latest information before you travel on the Government website here.