Double-jabbed Brits can fly to amber list countries without quarantining from July 19

DOUBLE-jabbed sunseekers will be able to fly to amber list countries without quarantining on return from July 19, The Sun can reveal.

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps will unveil the rules change on Thursday.

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Ministers had been warned that delaying the boost for vaccinated holidaymakers would be a body blow to the summer travel season.

It means hassle-free holidays to Spain, France and Greece will be back on for millions.

But travellers must take a test before they come back to Britain and another gold standard PCR test on the second day of return.

It is understood those who cannot be jabbed will also be exempt from quarantine.

Children travelling with double-jabbed parents would also swerve the ten-day isolation with extra testing.

Travel industry leaders had warned any delay until August in relaxing quarantine rules risked further blighting the troubled sector.

Holidays expert Paul Charles said: “It would be pointless introducing it in mid-August as the summer travel season will have been lost almost entirely — along with tens of thousands of jobs.”

Last week, Malta became the first destination officially to recognise the NHS app to allow double-jabbed Brits quarantine-free access.

But a vaccine passports plan was deemed too complicated to enforce.

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