British holidaymakers will be welcomed to Cyprus this summer regardless of their vaccine status, according to the deputy tourism minister.
Savvas Perdios had previously said: “We shall facilitate the arrival in Cyprus of those British nationals who have been inoculated with vaccines approved by the European Medicines Agency.”
But Savvas Perdios has now told The Independent there is much more to the Cypriot plan than just a “have jab, can travel” regime.
The minister said hopes the whole of the UK will appear on the island’s “green list”.
This comes into effect from 1 April: uninterrupted for everybody from the UK.
“On top of this, from 1 May we will be facilitating travel for everybody who has an authentic vaccination certificate.”
But he stressed: “It is a given that anyone who wishes to travel needs to follow UK travel advice.”
At present residents in England have been told they will not be able to travel abroad before 17 May.
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