UK Quarantine Measures Come into Force
From Monday 8th June, most people arriving in the UK are required to self-isolate for 14-days and give details of their accommodation.
People who have gone on holiday to the Alps, the Pyrenees or any other holiday destinations will need to follow the rules or face a £1,000 fine.
Three airlines have written to the UK government to protest against its “wholly unjustified and disproportionate” quarantine rules.
The airlines – BA, RyanAir and EasyJet – say the measures are harsher than those imposed on people confirmed to have coronavirus.
They are asked to isolate and do not face criminal sanctions for failing to do so.
Their letter also said it was “illogical and irrational” to impose quarantine on people arriving from EU countries that have lower infection rates than Britain.
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