People should not book holidays until current social distancing rules are relaxed, Downing Street has suggested.

No 10 said official guidance designed to suppress the spread of coronavirus did “not allow” for non-essential travel within the UK or overseas.

The pandemic has severely curtailed air travel although UK airlines are looking at how to operate after the lockdown.

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said he would not book a summer break at the moment due to the current uncertainty.

Asked during an interview on Radio 4’s Today for his advice for people who would normally be considering their holiday plans, Mr Shapps said: “Clearly people will want to see what the trajectory of this disease is in the next few weeks.

“We are not seeing declines yet. I won’t be

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