When requested whether or not ‘summer was cancelled’, Mr Hancock stated:”I think that’s likely to be the case.We haven’t made a final decision on that yet but it is clear that we will seek to reopen hospitality, some hospitality, from early July if we keep successfully reducing the spread of this virus.”
This admission from the Health Secretary follows the information that these arriving or returning to the UK will face a 14-day quarantine below the Government’s newest plans.
Meanwhile Ryanair introduced this week that it will be operating up to 40 per cent of its companies from July. However, Martyn James, from complaints and dispute decision group Resolver, has conceded that passenger searching for refunds face ‘uncharted territory’.
But what refunds are availableand when will travelling overseas be safe once more? At 1 p.m. (BST) immediately May 13, the Telegraph’sChief Consumer andCulture Editor, Nick Trend, will be answering your questions on this and extra.
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