However, The Independent reported that most of the shops shutting will be TUI travel agencies in smaller towns, as well as some in bigger towns and cities where the company has more than one branch.
It currently illegal to travel abroad on holiday.
On Monday 29, to coincide with the stay at home Covid measure lifting, anyone caught flouting the law and travelling abroad without “reasonable excuse” risks being fined £5,000.
This is set to remain in force until the end of June but April 12 marks the date the Government will announce how the country will be moving forwards when it comes to international travel.
As it stands, May 17 has been earmarked as the date foreign travel can resume, according to the Government’s roadmap