We ask Liverpool: Have you joined the UK surge and booked a holiday abroad?

We hit the streets of the city to see if it’s time to book that vacation, or, proceed with caution?

Coronavirus travel rules for people arriving in the UK from abroad have been relaxed.

The changes have sparked a huge surge in holiday bookings, with hundreds of thousands of Brits embarking on a half-term getaway now the simplified rules are in place.

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If you are fully vaccinated, you do not need to take any coronavirus tests before travelling back to England or after you arrive.

So we ask the people of Liverpool: is it time to book that holiday abroad, or are you proceeding with caution?

‘We went to Rome a couple of weeks ago’

Minnie tells us if she’s going on holiday

Minnie said: "I think it will definitely encourage people to travel for sure we went to Rome a couple of weeks ago just so we could go on holiday because a couple of us haven't been on holiday in a few years. The most stressful thing was choosing which testing service to go with."

‘We can't go away very often’

Becky tells us if she’s going on holiday

Becky said: "To be honest, we can't go away very often, so we wouldn't worry about the cost because it would only be a week here or a week there."

‘I might be going to Italy to see family’

Kemmy tells us if she’s going on holiday

Kemmy said: "I'm going to be going to London to see family because I haven't seen them in ages and I might be going to Italy to see family as well."