Boris Johnson gives clearest hint on vaccine passports for global travel

first_imgJohnson has earmarked Monday to reveal more information about the U.K.’s plans to resume travel overseas, as the country gradually lifts lockdown restrictions.A government task force led by the Department for Transport had been set up to look at the safety of resuming global travel, as well as the rules for traveling overseas.Spain and Greece have already said they want to attract British tourists this summer, as long as they can prove they have received a coronavirus jab or a negative PCR test. For the time being, anyone trying to leave the U.K. without an essential reason to do so can be fined £5,000. LONDON — Vaccination passports will “definitely” be necessary to cross international borders in the near future, Boris Johnson said in his clearest hint about the U.K.’s plans for resuming global travel.Speaking during a visit to Middlesbrough, the U.K. prime minister said other countries and the aviation industry are interested in this policy and “there’s a logic to that.”“There’s definitely going to be a world in which international travel will use vaccine passports,” he said. “I think when it comes to trying to make sure that we give maximum confidence to businesses and customers in the U.K., there are three things – there’s immunity whether you have had it before so you have natural antibodies, whether you have been vaccinated, and of course whether you have had a test.”last_img read more

Go back to the enewsletter Four Seasons Hotel Lond

first_imgGo back to the enewsletterFour Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane is partnering with Dom Pérignon on Monday 26 November 2018 to create the ultimate private dining and tasting experience.Dom Pérignon’s brand ambassador, Ethan Boroian, will be joining forces with Executive Chef Romuald Feger for the finest Champagne dinner. Taking place at Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane, the exclusive dinner will immerse guests in the world of Dom Pérignon.Guests will be taken on an unforgettable culinary journey while they enjoy a five-course tasting menu. Each course specially created by Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane Executive Chef Romuald Feger will be paired with a different Dom Pérignon vintage. Throughout the experience brand ambassador Ethan Boroian will be on hand to talk guests through the Dom Pérignon tasting experience.Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane is part of the Dom Pérignon Finest Experiences Collection, made up of a select network of some of the finest establishments in the UK. Guests can enjoy Dom Pérignon at its best, with special pairing menus exclusively created for these experiences and access to the latest vintages prior to official UK release dates.The Dom Pérignon Dinner at Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane is exclusively available on Monday 26 November 2018, priced at GBP 195 per person including service. Bookings can be made through Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane. All bookings are subject to availability.Go back to the enewsletterlast_img read more