If the question seems either startling or silly, it is only a reflection of the growing confusion and sometimes anger resulting from constantly shifting travel rules and pandemic restrictions that are making it difficult to know what is allowed when.
That's true in most parts of the world, increasingly in Europe, and now across various parts of the not-so-United Kingdom, where regional and national governments both control aspects of the rules.
Just now, with cases rising and different plans being put into effect, Wales is front and center: 15 of its 22 local authorities are living under rules that do not permit them to leave or to enter another.
But at the same time, tourism authorities—including for a time its own—have been encouraging Brits unable to visit most of Europe to visit Wales, especially the not-locked-down area of Mid Wales.
And since some of those visitors are coming from areas with worse outbreaks than the locked-down parts of Wales, local anger has been growing and the First Minister of Wales has been threatening quarantines for English visitors. Harsh words are showing up on social media, including accusing the British government of a colonialist attitude toward Wales.