Major holiday boost as double-jabbed parents WILL be able to take unvaccinated kids abroad from AUGUST

DOUBLE jabbed mums and dads will be able to take their unvaccinated kids on holiday this summer, The Sun can reveal.

Plans to allow adults with two doses to travel in August to amber list countries are to be announced within days, with unjabbed family members exempt in a boost to late summer holidays.

Summer holidays will be opened up for double-jabbed Brits[/caption]

But ministers are under growing pressure to bring forward the plans to July 19 to save the school holidays on the continent.

Earlier today Matt Hancock revealed that ministers were indeed looking at plans for whether double-vaccinated Brits might be able to avoid quarantine in future when they travel abroad.

At the moment only people going to amber list countries are free once they return home from travelling.

Anyone coming home from an amber list will have to quarantine for ten days at home.

And those who are coming back from a red list destination have to stay in dedicated quarantine hotels.

The Sun understands the new rules will mean under 16s will be able to go with their parents on holiday – but only if both parents have had two jabs.

And it’s likely they will have to wait two weeks after that for their protection to kick in – as is already the case in the EU travel rules.

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