Dr Hilary Jones questions coronavirus holiday warning to millions of Britons

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Dr Hilary Jones has issued a holiday warning to millions of Britons hoping to jet off for some summer sun.The first British was stolen in Spain yesterday after the country reopened its borders, and are happy to 100 degrees heat wave.

And air bridges are expected to be announced in the days between countries with low coronavirus rate and the united KINGDOM to enable the quarantine-free travel.

But speaking on the Lorraine show this morning Dr Hilary urged caution for those who are on vacation.



Air bridges are expected to be announced in the days

Lorraine Kelly says that just because the countries do not have quarantine measures does not mean that it is ” totally safe “.

Dr Hilary replied: “No, of course not. This is just a reciprocity agreement with the region.

“You have a lot of British who want to go to Spain or Greece or Italy, and these people want the tourism.

“They have obtained an agreement of reciprocity – you deal with us and we will take care of you and we will abandon the quarantine, but the virus is not to reciprocate any of it.

“I hope that we will be able to go to places with no very prevalent disease, where there is not a lot of viruses and also the people can come back here.



Dr Hilary said that people still need to take precautions

“But, of course, we must remember that the journey is the mode of propagation in the first place through the world and you can’t make a plane safe – not yet, we can’t.

“Until we have a test which is of 20 minutes, a blow, the test is done and it’s reliable, we can not say that it is safe to fly because you could be asymptomatic and realization of COVID-19 and I think that we still need precautions.

He added: “I understand that people always want to flee, go and get a little sun and relax….

“It is a pandemic, the first in over 100 years – and we’re not going to ease out of it like that – it’s going to take time. ”

The weekend TUI has announced that they will resume the holiday to eight destinations, of 11 July, in the wake of the coronavirus lock.

The british will be able to fly to destinations in Greece, the Balearic islands and the Canary islands from TUI of the three largest UK airports, london Gatwick, Manchester and Birmingham.

TUI offers up to 44 flights a week to Ibiza, Palma de mallorca, Corfu, Crete, Kos, Rhodes, Lanzarote and Tenerife.

Subject to the advice of the Government, the company plans to add more flights and destinations by the end of the month of July to 19 destinations from five UK airports.

The company has launched a new ” holiday promise “, which has five guarantees to take the travelers on a holiday to any security, including only steal customers from the forty-destinations and providing station support around the clock, seven days per week.

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