Nothing in life in certain. Any or all of those 20 countries might be removed from that list if things turn sour. We might have a worldwide second peak. Boris Johnson may not have fully recovered, and could run round the country in his vest and pants coughing on people.
But, within the bounds of reasonable expectation, this can no longer be waived away in an airy fashion as 'just speculation', or journalists trying to blag a story.
This is happening, unless our figures start to turn bad. With 'peak' season pretty much being the school holidays (mid-July and August) there's enough time for UK cases to stop improving, get a little worse, then start improving again before then.
From tomorrow tourists from the 29 countries on the approved list allowed to enter Skiathos via the ferry links, I certainly hope hoteliers and other businesses on the island start to see some form of income, and wish them all well for whatever the season turns out to be.
greetings from re lockdowned leicester ! Do you think this will affect how greece sees the arrival date of british tourists. im lucky i live in a village 9 miles north of city that isnt included in lockdown map. Although theres a massive rise in numbers positive not a big rise in admissions to the hospital i work in, theres no one in icu either
It is really getting too ‘suck it and see time’, could be, maybe, possibly scenarios on a daily basis. It’s a case of what will be will be. The truth being at the moment nobody knows how the remainder of the season will pan out. I am remaining cautiously optimistic.
One thing that is becoming concerning is the future of the airline/travel industry, and its effects on travel over the coming years, both logistically and financially.