Cyprus and Portugal will welcome tourists starting May: What you need to know
The Portuguese government said those who tested negative and or were "immune" to COVID-19 could travel to the country, while Cyprus announced that those who had two COVID-19 jabs could visit. It is still not clear how the vaccine status would be proved - but signs point to the green travel pass the EU Commission is lobbying to make available in less than three months. Cyprus has already struck a similar agreement allowing Israeli tourists to enter the country starting April 1st.
However, those in the UK will not be allowed to leave the country until May 17, with a few exceptions. Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland have not set a date for the start of International travel stating that it is still "too early" to book a foreign trip.