The UK government has made it clear that no exception has been authorized to travelers from France to the quarantine measures likely to be applied in the UK, rejecting an undertaking announced on Sunday by London and Paris.
“Quarantine measures are not currently being applied to travelers from France. All measures on both sides are coordinated and mutually agreed,” said the statement, which was released five days ago by the Gallic and British governments.
However, a spokesman for Downing Street has now pointed out that there is no exception to the French case and that the note, according to the BBC Public Radio Television, points to the need for cooperation in managing traffic at the common border.
In this way, the measure would be more inclined to allow the movement of goods and people in connection with the fight against the coronavirus pandemic than tourists.