Resorts and hotels planning to open at the end of May could enjoy a boom or the worst season in memory
Holiday resorts across the UK are preparing to open at the end of May with trepidation. They have no idea what the summer holds for them. The battered tourism industry might enjoy a boom in staycation business, or the worst season in memory. It all depends on the advice of the British government.
From Wednesday, people will be allowed to spend unlimited time outdoors and can drive to beauty spots across the country. But there are still fears that mixed messages from the authorities could lead to tourists flocking to UK destinations, bringing a second wave of coronavirus.