Must you ebook a summer season vacation in 2021 regardless of pandemic?

2021 hasn’t been here long – but it already feels like it’s been here longer than it should.

We’re currently in the third lockdown as coronavirus cases have gotten out of hand and there is no real end date as to when they will be lifted.

But one of the biggest thoughts on our minds is whether it’s worth booking a summer vacation, and fears it could be canceled due to coronavirus and further lockdowns.

So is it worth booking a summer vacation or should you just avoid it all together?

We looked at what the government said, which will hopefully give you a better idea of ​​whether this trip to Devon or Lanzarote is worth booking now.

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Should you book your Holi bobs in 2021?

Matt Hancock spoke outside the country today (Monday 18th January) and told people he believed we were going to have a “great British summer” this year.

He also confirmed that he would go to Cornwall, which is a strong indication that he believes the UK holidays will be fine in 2021 and maybe the summer.

But that’s not a promise and there could always be slips. As we know, the virus continues to adapt and the government fears that a new variant could become resistant to our vaccines.

However, Sir Patrick Vallance said vaccine development has come a long way and believes it would take “weeks or months” to manufacture a new variant, even if a variant became resistant to a vaccine.

But what about other countries? Well it depends where you want to go. International holidays are difficult as it depends on the restrictions this country has.

We don’t know what can happen to other countries in the coming months and whether or not they have their own coronavirus variant or problems. So it is best to keep yourself updated on the destination you plan to travel to.

There is a lot of uncertainty around this year’s summer vacation and if you want to book a vacation you have to accept that it could be a gamble.

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