CYPRUS has announced that Brit tourists who have had both Covid jabs will be welcomed into the country without restrictions from May 1.
According to plans unveiled by its deputy tourism minister Savvas Perdios, Brits also won't have to supply a negative coronavirus test or have to quarantine.
It paves the way for Brit holidaymakers to head to the country soon, although the British government has said the earliest date people can travel abroad for a holiday is 17 May.
This date is not even set in stone as it will only go ahead if the four tests for easing lockdown are met.
If you're keen to book a holiday in Cyprus for when restrictions lift, there are some great deals available.
Some of the best are:
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- TUI May & June Cyprus deals from £242pp
- TUI 4T Atlantica Golden Beach Hotel, half-board 7-nights from £3567pp
- TUI Atlantica Oasis Hotel, Limassol, all-inclusive 7-nights from £496pp
- TUI Senator Hotel Apartments, Ayia Napa self-catering from £333pp
- British Airways Holidays seven nights at the 3* Kefalonitis Apartments,travelling between June 1 and June 30 plus return flights from London from £399pp
- Easyjet Holidays all-inclusive Paphos 7-nights June from £554pp
- Easyjet Holidays self-catering Paphos 7-nights June from £329pp
- Jet2 Holidays Cyprus self-catering 7-nights June from £397pp
- Jet2 Holidays Cyprus all-inclusive 7-nights June from £553pp
Those hoping to head Cyprus will need to have been given vaccines approved by the European Medicines Agency and the second dose must have been administered at least seven days before travel.
Authorities still have the right to carry out random tests on foreign arrivals, the deputy tourism minister said.
It's expected that all UK adults will have been offered a dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by the end of July.
So far the vaccine rollout in the UK has been successful, so Brits are likely to be high up on the list for many countries wanting tourism to return.
For those looking for further holiday inspiration, we've found cheap all inclusive holidays for this summer and there are many cheap package holidays.
If you fancy staying in the UK, holiday parks are also offering huge bargains – some of which start from £3pp a night.
We've also found cheap deals in the warmest parts of the UK, as well as at Britain's best beaches for dog owners and those with kids.
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