LISBON, June 15 (Reuters) - Negotiations between Portugal and Britain on an “air bridge” that would allow British tourists to dodge a mandatory COVID-19 quarantine upon returning home are still in progress and going well, Prime Minister Antonio Costa said on Monday.
“We are working towards an agreement and will wait for it to happen,” Costa told a news conference with foreign media, adding that Brits travelling to Portugal should feel safe. “Talks are going well,” he said. Costa would not say when the so-called air bridge could be in place. (Reporting by Catarina Demony, Sergio Goncalves, Editing by)