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There’s been some more to-and-fro in the UK over government plans to allow foreign travel from England in the summer. Transport secretary Grant Shapps told Sky News the Government would give more information on when foreign holidays could be allowed before 17 May, which is the earliest possible date in the road map for international travel to resume.
“What we’ve got today is a framework for doing that, so there’s a traffic light system you have been talking about – red, amber, green,” he said. “And in the green category, we’ll try to make it as affordable as possible to travel.”
Here’s Melissa Davey with the latest on the vaccination rollout in Australia:
States and territories have been left scrambling to respond to government advice recommending against vaccinating anyone under 50 with the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine, leaving tens of thousands of people in the lurch.