Britain is digging for 75 countries, the Daily Telegraph said

 The Daily Telegraph reported that the British government has effectively dug up its aviation bridge plans and will end coronavirus restrictions on those coming from 75 countries.

Britain will soon lift restrictions on unnecessary travel to Bermuda and Gibraltar in the European Union and almost all destinations, including Turkey, Thailand, Australia, and New Zealand, the newspaper said.

A spokesman for the Ministry of Transport immediately declined comment.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government is preparing to open international travel after 2-week detention for the arrival of the embattled tourism and travel industry crisis.

Britain will release a 14-day detention period for people from countries such as France, Greece, and Spain, Britain said on Friday.

Simon Clark, junior housing minister for communities and local governments, said the government is working on a statement on the visit.

"We will make this announcement as soon as possible," Clark told Sky. "We'll talk about it this week."

"We want to get back to tourism as quickly as possible and I'm sure we can offer good news in the near future," he said.

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