Wildlife Photographer Shares Lion Images To Highlight His Campaign To Open Up Foreign Travel

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A British wildlife photographer has shared prickly wildlife photos to illustrate his call for government ministers to allow the international travel industry to open up.

Paul Goldstein, also a guide, snapped a lion in Kenya’s Masai Mara in 2014 as it tried to extract porcupine quills from its rump.

The two pesky quills perfectly illustrate Goldstein’s ‘Jabs & Go.’, campaign.

He believes a double-jab scheme will allow safe foreign travel.

“Anyone fully vaccinated can travel anywhere and return to the UK without quarantine, but with a PCR test,” explains Goldstein.

The UK travel veteran, who is co-owner of Kicheche Safari Camps in Kenya and guides all over the world has more than 35 years’ experience in the travel industry, said: “It’s a simple, safe and effective policy, mimicking the one successfully rolled out in the US and Europe.

“The government's defence of its travel policies and farcical traffic lights is just jabberwocky. Jabs & Go is not.”

“Ministers must implement it immediately or see the travel industry consigned to many years of misery."

Paul Goldstein is available for comment: 07963 870774