Self-catering breaks could be allowed from Easter as the government plans the country's route out of lockdown, says a report in The Times.
The Times has been told that “under one ambitious timeline being considered by the government, families who live in the same household could be allowed to go on breaks together from April”.
However, cases will need to be ‘really, really low’ before any easing of restrictions, said Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
There is a concern that easing restrictions too soon would lead to "big movements" across the country and could increase the rate of infections.
The Prime Minister will set out his road map on 22 February for easing restrictions when things may become clearer.