How confident do you feel about travelling abroad after the latest update? - your views online

"I'm not expecting to travel abroad until next spring at the earliest”

Monday, 7th June 2021, 7:00 am
File photo dated 12/06/14 of a man sitting under a parasol on the beach at Praia da Luz, Portugal. Moving Portugal off the UK's green list is "an overreaction", an epidemiologist in the popular holiday destination has claimed. Issue date: Friday June 4, 2021. PA Photo. Professor Henrique Barros, president of Portugal's National Health Council, said the country's overall coronavirus situation is "relatively stable". He made the comments after Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick said positive cases had doubled in the last three weeks in Portugal. See PA story HEALTH Coronavirus. Photo credit should read: Nick Ansell/PA Wire
File photo dated 12/06/14 of a man sitting under a parasol on the beach at Praia da Luz, Portugal. Moving Portugal off the UK's green list is "an overreaction", an epidemiologist in the popular holiday destination has claimed. Issue date: Friday June 4, 2021. PA Photo. Professor Henrique Barros, president of Portugal's National Health Council, said the country's overall coronavirus situation is "relatively stable". He made the comments after Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick said positive cases had doubled in the last three weeks in Portugal. See PA story HEALTH Coronavirus. Photo credit should read: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

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How confident do you feel about travelling abroad after the latest update?

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If you're sensible and you know what the risks are, then it's not a problem. Went to Krakow in September, not an issue. Followed the Covid etiquette and had a great time.

Lesley Bobby

Too many ifs and buts - holidays are for relaxing and I don't think I would be very relaxed just now.

Jette Goldie

I'm not expecting to travel abroad until next spring at the earliest.

Joyce Combe

Won't be travelling overseas at all.

John McKenzie

I would jump in a plane tonight if America would open its borders. I’ve had five trips cancelled already and booked for September and October! Vegas is calling my name very loudly now!

Ian Munro

Going to Spain in July, whether still amber or preferably green.

Gordon Scott

I had both jabs, wear masks, wash my hands keep two metres from people so I’m OK with it.

Yvonne Lilgert

No thanks, not until this virus is beat. I will be staying in the UK, plenty of lovely places here that we haven’t even seen yet.

Louise Dunn

I have no intention of travelling abroad in the foreseeable future.

Jean Robson

I wouldn’t even think about it.

Stuart Lang

I still think that until this is done you have to be no right in the head to go abroad.

John Jordan

I’ve had both vaccines, wear a mask, sanitise spray, wet wipes – yeah, feel fine about it.

John Hewit

Don’t. It’s not worth it.

Elizabeth Dailly

Won’t be travelling anytime soon. Staycation this year.

Sandra Richmond

If you are fully vaccinated, why not? Why get the vaccine if you don't trust it?

Liz McEwan

Think travelling abroad is off the cards this year. Not going to risk it.

Liz Stewart

Never been abroad so won’t be starting now.

Michael Gordon

Even with the jags and all the precautions you can still bring it back and spread it so no, eh.

Chris Cranston

We Just moved our holiday to June next year. Hopefully it will be better to go then.

Barry Kirk

Safe than being in a country run by Tories.

Scottish beauty

Edinburgh has the most beautiful schools in the world

June Farwell

Leith Walk Primary. My first and only primary school. Miss Lindsay my first teacher and Mr Harper my last. There was one in between but can't recall her name.

Allan Brooks

My first three years at secondary school were at the old Royal High Building in Regents Road. I felt the school lost something and was never the same when it moved to Barnton.

Helenn McWhirterr

Broughton High School was on the ‘best list’ back in the day.

Clair Bunch

Features inside some of Edinburgh’s heritage schools are beautiful. From open atriums, tall windows flooding rooms with sunlight, before you even consider the quality of the buildings. The small details in stone masonry with carvings, stained glass and lots more. Edinburgh was a true leader in education boards and systems. Wonde if we will say the same about current new buildings in 100 years?

Jean Smith

South Morningside Primary during the war and Boroughmuir Senior Secondary afterwards. Many happy memories of both.

Val Anderson

So much more about what goes on inside our schools, and how adults support our children to be inclusive.

Laurie Mackay

Broughton, Bonnington (now the Gaidhlig school), Leith Walk, Lorne, Flora Stevenson, London Street (now St Mary’s), Stockbridge, Roseburn, Corstorphine, South Morningside, Bruntsfield, Tollcross, Boroughmuir, Trinity Academy, Victoria, Sciennes, Preston Street all built in that time.

Mags Morrow

I went to Leith Walk from 1980 right through Miss Ford in P1 who left, then I think it was Mrs Iverson, Miss Nussey (country dancing teacher too) Mrs Simpson, Miss Dow then Mr McLean took over as headmaster.