Johnson 'hopeful' about international travel for Britons from May 17

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he is “hopeful” international travel for Britons will be able to go ahead from May 17, following the unveiling of a new traffic light system. On Monday, Johnson’s government published a document that outlines a new red, amber and green system for residents in England who want to go on holiday abroad amid the coronavirus pandemic. Each country will be given a rating that determines whether or not travellers will need to go into quarantine upon their return. Residents heading to “green” countries will have to take coronavirus tests before and after depar…

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