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“It will be a cautious approach, but then things could start to change quickly,” a source told the Guardian.

However, the list will be reviewed every three weeks, so the status of countries could change quickly.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson threw some doubt on plans to open up when he said yesterday: “We do want to do some opening up on 17 May but I don’t think that the people of this country want to see an influx of disease from anywhere else.

“I certainly don’t and we have got to be very, very tough, and we have got to be as cautious as we can, whilst we continue to open up.”

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