TUI has confirmed it will pay all extra holiday costs for Brits if they end up catching coronavirus abroad.
The travel operator has made the vow to Brits as flights resume across the country.
A quarantine-free travel list has been published by the government, with Brits now able to jet off abroad to a variety of sun-kissed locations.
Destinations across the continent are now welcoming back tourists from the UK, with TUI committed to resuming more and more flights as the weeks progress.
From today, TUI is resuming holidays to destinations in the Balearics and the Canaries from TUI’s three biggest UK airports, Gatwick, Manchester and Birmingham.
TUI are offering up to 44 flights a week to Ibiza, Palma, Corfu, Crete, Kos, Rhodes, Lanzarote and Tenerife.
Its Covid-19 Cover will be provided to every TUI traveller until 31st December 2020 and be used alongside usual travel insurance.
It will cover holidaymakers' overseas Covid-19 testing costs or repatriation if medically required and if customers are asked to self-isolate, it will cover the extended stay and a new return flight home.
TUI say that the cover should be used alongside normal travel insurance and will be included for all customers travelling on any TUI holiday between 11th July and 31st December 2020 and applies to all new and existing bookings.
The Covid Cover launch comes as the holiday firm announces they will be resume holidays to seven new destinations from July 25th.