The UK will lift the quarantine for arriving from a number of countries
The UK has published a list of the camp, whose residents will be exempt from mandatory quarantine upon arrival in England - it did not include Russia, USA, Brazil and popular in Britain, the resort of Portugal.
"Since July 10, 2020, if you did not attend or did not stay within the previous 14 days in any other country, if arriving from the listed countries passengers do not need to fit itself in isolation after his arrival in England," - stated in the message of the British Ministry of transport.
In the list there is no Russia, USA and Brazil, where the number of daily infections COVID-19 remains high. No and popular with British tourists Portugal and Bulgaria. But UK residents can without the fear to get to 14-day quarantine to spend the summer holidays in Spain, Greece, Italy, France and Cyprus. The "air corridors" are open, in particular, with Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Fiji, Finland, French Polynesia, Germany, Greenland, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Jamaica, Japan, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Serbia, the Seychelles, South Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey and Vietnam. Previously, the quarantine was lifted with Ireland and the British overseas territories.
Own lists "besaratinia" countries must develop and publish the authority of the regions: Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The government has promised in the future to add to the list.
Quarantine in pandemic COVID-19 was introduced in Britain on March 23. From mid-June, the authorities gradually relax some of the restrictive measures but still people are recommended to work at home and refrain from traveling around the country and abroad without having. Submitted by the transport Ministry on Friday, the list will allow a significant number of Britons to spend holidays abroad. Now the foreign Ministry must make appropriate adjustments in the recommendations for leaving the country.
Until July 10, all arriving in Britain must comply with 14-day quarantine. Violation of this rule is punishable by a fine of up to thousands of pounds.
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