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Author Topic: Coronavirus: Quarantine plans for UK arrivals unveiled  (Read 2 times)

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Coronavirus: Quarantine plans for UK arrivals unveiled
« on: May 23, 2020, 03:24:06 am »
People arriving in the UK must self-isolate for 14 days from 8 June to help slow the spread of coronavirus, the government has said.
Travellers will need to tell the government where they will quarantine, with enforcement through random spot checks and 1,000 fines
in England. Home Secretary Priti Patel said the measure would "reduce the risk of cases crossing our border".
Lorry drivers, seasonal farm workers, and coronavirus medics will be exempt. ved administrations.
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Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said discussions would take place with Police Scotland to work out how the policy will be implemented
Ms Patel told the daily Downing Street briefing the measures were not the same as completely shutting the UK border to visitors.
"We are not shutting down completely. We are not closing our borders," she said.
And asked about the prospect of foreign holidays this summer, she added: "This is absolutely not about booking holidays. We want to avoid a second
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wave and that is absolutely vital."So-called "air bridges" - agreements with countries that have low infection rates allowing tourists to travel without
quarantining - will not be in place initially, the government said. The new measure, previously announced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson,
will be reviewed every three weeks once it is introduced. But airlines have said a quarantine requirement would "effectively kill air travel" -
and one airport boss described the plans as a "blunt tool". The government currently recommends international travel only when absolutely necessary,

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