Germany has designated the UK as an area of concern due to the spread of the 'Delta' coronavirus variant and it has effectively banned British travellers from visiting.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Any Brits arriving in Germany must spend 14 days in quarantine with no exemptions, including for the fully vaccinated.
But Mrs Merkel is preparing to relax the rules to allow double-jabbed Brits or people who have had Covid-19 in the past six months to enter without having to self-isolate, according to The Times.
Mrs Merkel had urged the EU to adopt her hardline approach across all member states.
But countries like Spain resisted a blanket border policy because of the damage it would do its crucial tourism sector.
The decision to ease the rules in Germany should pave the way for much easier travel to Europe for people who have had both coronavirus vaccinations.
Germany is set to ease quarantine rules for fully-vaccinated British travellers as Angela Merkel prepares to meet Boris Johnson today for crunch talks at Chequers
Mrs Merkel had urged the EU to adopt her hardline approach across all member