Health Secretary Matt Hancock has confirmed the government may possibly scrap quarantine for people travelling back from "amber" list countries - if they've had two doses of the Covid vaccine..
UK travel bosses are calling on the government to ease travel restriction rules so people can holiday abroad this summer.
What is the traffic light list?
Countries are classed as green, amber or red - with different rules about quarantine and Covid tests.
The rules are broadly the same for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
You do not have to quarantine after visiting green list countries, although there are only a few of these.
Countries on the red list are considered the highest risk, and travel to and from the UK is strictly limited.
Could double-vaccinated people be able to travel without quarantining?
The government says it's working on plans to make foreign travel easier for UK travellers.
Ministers say they're looking at removing the need to quarantine for travellers who have had two Covid jabs.
At the moment people in England can prove their vaccination status by requesting an NHS Covid pass via the NHS website or the NHS app.
However, under-16s can't get an NHS Covid Pass, because children aren't currently being vaccinated.