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Amber List Holiday Confusion

The Prime Minister has said that British travellers should not be going on holiday to countries within the Amber list.

Boris Johnson said it was “very important people grasp what the amber list is – not somewhere to go on holiday”.

He said travellers should “only go to these countries for pressing family or business reasons”, reported the BBC.

Following the PM’s comments, Labour accused the government of “giving out conflicting and confusing advice” about travel to countries on the amber travel list, according to the BBC.

Whilst airlines continue to offer and expand their flight capacity to these amber list destinations, holiday insurances are no invalidating travellers insurance if they travelled to an amber country against government guidance.

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