However, there is still plenty of hope that travel will be possible.
“We’re certainly looking at air bridges and ways to ensure that people can safely go on holiday, eventually,” said Johnson.
An air bridge, also referred to as an air corridor, is a bilateral travel agreement between the UK and another country.
This means people would not need to quarantine when they arrive in the other country, or when they return home.
This morning, Secretary of State for Transport Grant Shapp offered a glimmer of hope at the prospect of air bridges with participating countries in the future.