Indian variant may trigger local lockdowns Holidays to Europe with a vaccine passport Minister says yes to 'amber list' trips, despite 'don't travel' plea Mapped: Hotspots for Indian variant in the UK UK has enough Pfizer vaccines to give jabs to all children over 12 People who refuse vaccine are selfish, says Lloyd Webber Boris Johnson has vowed to take "very, very draconian action" against any future coronavirus variants entering Britain, as fears of further local lockdowns grow. The Prime Minister said on Tuesday that he does not "see anything conclusive at the moment to say that we need to deviate" from England’s lockdown roadmap as cases of the Indian variant rise. However, he said "we will know a lot more in a few days’ time" amid reports that ministers are considering a return to a local or regional tiered lockdown system, or delaying the end of restrictions on June 21. Pressed by reporters on why the Government delayed closing the border with India last month, Mr Johnson stressed the Covid-hit country was added to the "red list" before B1.617.2 was classed as a variant of concern. Hinting at the possibility of future crackdowns, he added: "We took prompt action and we will continue to take very, very draconian action in respect of all variants coming from wherever around the world." Follow the latest updates below.