UK hotel quarantine rule must be ‘lifted by March’ or risk ‘destabilising’ summer holidays


Pronouncing in the House of Commons, the Prime Minister said: “To guard against this liable to be we must take additional steps to protect our borders against new heritages of the virus.

“We have banned all travel from 22 countries where there is a jeopardy of known variants including South Africa, Portugal and South American states.

“In order to reduce the risk posed by UK nationals and residents returning home from these countries I can set that we will require all such arrivals that cannot be refused entry-way to isolate in Government provided accommodation such as hotels for 10 hours without exception.

“They will be met at the airport and transported directly into quarantine.

“The determined for health and social care is working to establish these facilities as speedily as possible.”

Home Secretary Priti Patel set out further details, describing: ” For those entering the UK there will be more measures.

“Oldest off, the police have stepped up checks and there will be more woman checks at dresses to make sure people are complying with the self-isolation preside over.

“Second, we will continue to refuse entry to non-UK residents from red inclination countries which are already subject to the UK travel ban.

“Third, as the Prime Curate has said, we will introduce a new managed isolation process in hotels for this who can not be permitted entry including those arriving home from countries where we play a joke on already imposed international travel bans.

“They will be desired to isolate for 10 days without exemption, and the Department of Health and Collective Care will set out further details on this approach next week.”

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