Cyprus has become the first country to say that it will open its borders without restrictions to vaccinated Britons.
Cypriot ministers said yesterday that they had told officials in Westminster that from May 1 travellers who had had two doses of a vaccine would not need to quarantine or be tested upon arrival.
Savvas Perdios, the deputy tourism minister, said: We believe its another step in the right direction so we can ensure stability and a sense of safety to allow travellers to start planning their holidays for this summer. Its a green light for travellers, saying that Cyprus is ready to welcome them this summer.
More than a million Britons visited Cyprus for a holiday in 2019, according to the Office for National Statistics,