Es Trenc, Mallorca.

Es Trenc, Mallorca.

25-04-2021Humphrey Carter

Brits who’ve had both jabs soon won’t need a PCR test to enter Mallorca or the rest of Europe, or quarantine when they get home, according to the Sun newspaper.

An EU plan that allows tourists from low-risk countries, such as the UK to enter Europe without restrictions is expected to be approved on Wednesday.

EU countries are being encouraged to set up digital portals to enable Brits to use their NHS App as a vaccine passport, but those who have not had both doses will have to submit a negative Covid test.

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Jimbo / Hace 27 days

So with the UK reporting 1000+ new cases a day of the Coronavirus India strain, is this really a good idea?

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Terry Cooper / Hace 27 days

I'm going to cancel my 2 holidays to Majorca in 2022 if jabs are compulsory, and look for other countries e.g. Turkey that don't insist on it.

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Mick / Hace 27 days

The sooner the better 2nd jab fri on way soon as

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SB / Hace 28 days

So how will this work with families of vaccinated parents but unvaccinated children?

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