The Covid-19 pandemic has made many things both more precious and more complicated than they used to be – not least of which are holidays.
Whether you're travelling abroad or in the UK, the regulations are constantly changing – often at very short notice – because of new variants or an increase in infection rates.
Boris Johnson has warned that the government will have "no hesitation" in moving green countries to the amber or red lists if cases rise.
It is hoped the planned ending of all lockdown restrictions on June 21 will finally bring more stability to the tourist industry, which has had a torrid 15 months.
The ECHO has put together a survey to gauge your views on this hot topic. Would you travel to a red list country, or are you going abroad this year?
We also ask what safety measures were in place if you did go on a trip, and did you feel they were adequate?
The survey can be found here:
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