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Britain will impose a two-week quarantine on all travelers

May 22, 2020

The United Kingdom government has agreed to impose a two-week quarantine on all travelers arriving from other countries, with a penalty of £ 1,000 (€ 1,100) for those who fail to comply with these rules to seek a new one Prevent the occurrence of the pandemic of coronavirus.

A day after the preliminary equilibrium of those affected by the outbreak had exceeded 250,000 infected and 36,000 died, and the country was on the verge of continuing economic reopening, the United Kingdom decided to focus on entry points.

Therefore, all people arriving by land, sea or air from other countries, including those of British nationality, must be quarantined for 14 days. The BBC reports that they will be required to inform the border authorities of the house where they will keep this isolation.

Britain will impose a two-week quarantine on all travelers
Britain will impose a two-week quarantine on all travelers

Exceptionally, the order includes the transport of goods by road and medical personnel as well as from Ireland. These exceptions do not apply to France, although British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Gallic President Emmanuel Macron apparently agreed to this two weeks ago.