DOUBLE jabbed Brits will now be able to go on holiday to amber list countries without having to quarantine, with new rules in place from July 19.

That means summer breaks to mainland Spain, Italy, Greece and Portugal are now on the cards for the school hols.

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The announcement is also expected to see holiday bookings soar, with airlines and tour operators seeing a huge increase in demand whenever a country is added to the green list.

One popular holiday hotspot for Brits are the Canary Islands, which includes Lanzarote, Tenerife and Gran Canaria.

Here are some of the best Canary Islands deals to take advantage of when travelling this month or in August.

  • Jet2 Holidays self catering from £360pp – find here
  • Jet2 Holidays all-inclusive from £499pp – find here
  • TUI Holidays from £329pp – find here
  • Easyjet Holidays from £356pp – find here
  • Thomas Cook Holidays from £330pp – find here

Non-vaxxed Brits can still visit although will need a negative Covid test and to quarantine back in the UK.

However, any Brits lucky to have had both jabs, with the second at least twoweeks before travelling, can now take their pick on some of the deals on offer.

The Balearic Islands are also on the UK's green list, meaning Brits don't have to quarantine.

However, the rest of Spain remains on the amber list which includes the Canaries.

Brits who have had both Covid shots will also be able to zoom through fast-track lanes at Heathrow under blueprints to open up travel to amber list countries without the need to quarantine.

Travellers will be able to digitally upload their vaccination certificates ahead of their flights and be directed to separate queues at the London airport after presenting them on arrival.

The scheme will be trialled by British Airways, Virgin and Heathrow following a meeting last week with Downing Street officials.

Healthy Secretary Sajid Javid confirmed earlier this week that double-jabbed Brits will be allowed to skip self-isolation from August 16.

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