What's happening with France-UK air bridge and quarantine?

Reports suggest changes to British non-essential travel restrictions due to coronavirus are set to change

The long-touted air bridges idea has been scrapped and the UK is set to announce an end to coronavirus quarantine regulations for 75 countries from Monday, July 6, the Daily Telegraph reported on Thursday (July 2), quoting  government officials as the source.

However, the UK government has yet to confirm this.

The Foreign Office told Connexion that regularly reviewed travel advice would be updated shortly, in line with comments made ...

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