BRITS will be able to jet to Turkey for their summer holidays without a Covid vaccine passport.
Tourism Minister Mehmet Ersoy said UK travellers would be welcomed “with open arms”.
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He said Turkey also expects to ditch the need for a negative Covid test before the UK’s planned resumption of international travel on May 17.
In a typical year, Brits would make 2.5million trips to Turkey.
Mr Ersoy said: “We have world-class border processes in place for ensuring travel will be low-risk.”
Meanwhile, “Professor Lockdown” Neil Ferguson said he was “80 per cent sure” Brits will enjoy a relatively normal summer as it was likely infection rates would be very low.
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