The Prime Minister has said that Brits will soon be required to have all three jabs in order to travel overseas with no restrictions or any quarantine.
Boris Johnson said by being fully vaccinated and having a booster jab “will make life easier” for Brits when booking a holiday.
Johnson said, “I think that we will be making plans to add the booster dose to the NHS Covid travel pass.
“But again, I think what the general lesson is for anybody who wants to travel, you can see that getting fully vaccinated with a booster is going to be something that will, on the whole, make your life easier in all kinds of ways including foreign travel.
“So I would just say, if you’re thinking about that, that this is yet another reason to get it done.”
He added, “It’s very clear that getting three jabs, getting your booster, will become an important fact and it will make life easier for you in all sorts of ways and we will have to adjust our concept of what constitutes a full vaccination to take account of that and I think that is increasingly obvious.
“The booster massively increases your protection. It takes it right back up to over 90%.
“And as we can see from what’s happening, the two jabs sadly do start to wane. So we’ve got to be responsible, and we’ve got to reflect that fact in the way we measure what constitutes full vaccination.”