“But positivity has halved too, from 1.8 percent to 0.9 percent.”
Whether or not this will be enough for the Government to boost the green list remains unknown.
Mr Charles has predicted both Malta and Finland are in good stead to make then quarantine-free travel list.
“According to my latest analysis obviously Malta should still be on there as we have been saying for some time,” he explained.
“The likes of Finland should be on there. There are many other countries within Europe now which are in the green zone.”
Mr Calder, meanwhile, looked to the easing of travel restrictions around the world in order to guess which countries might be listed as green by the end of the month.
“It all depends who wins the battle in Downing Street when these things are decided,” the travel expert said.
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