Greece, Cyprus and Israel are considering creating safe travel bubbles for their inhabitants to provide more safe travel options for their people and to support tourism while minimizing the distance that they need to travel.
Could the UK perhaps look at sharing a travel bubble with France?
In what way might that shape event travel flow?
Even though I don't quite understand the reasoning behind it, we have in some shape seen this bubble happening now with France and Ireland for the UK, as these countries for example don't require a 14 day imposed quarantine.
I also guess that the travel bubble idea is supposed to introduce standards among the involved countries that they all abide to equally, so that countries can ensure their people are protected.
and I reckon this is mainly an idea for immediately after lockdown, as opposed to a long term thing.
How would that work? What would stop me travelling to any other country, returning home and then travelling to France? Perhaps entry/exit passport stamps with an 'exclusion' period of time after travel outside the bubble?