In the UK from June 8 to introduce a mandatory two-week quarantine for those who enters the country because of the danger of a second wave COVID-19. It is reported by the BBC.
The Minister of internal Affairs of the United Kingdom Priti Patel said that the move will protect public health, when the “imported cases of mers represent a more significant threat.”
Now all arriving in the UK will be required at the border to specify the address at which they will be in isolation. Travelers can be fined £100 (3,3 thousand UAH) for the fact that they have not filled out a form with these data. Violators of mandatory insulation can be fined up to £1 million (of 33.4 thousand UAH).
On time insulation is prohibited to use public transport or taxi to go to work, school or in public places, have visitors. It is also forbidden to go out to buy food or other necessities that they can deliver other people.
Employees who are unable to work at home are entitled to the statutory payment.
The exception for compulsory quarantine concern only coming from the Irish Republic, the channel Islands or the Isle of man, to them, quarantine is not mandatory. Also exempt from quarantine truckers, health workers, people arriving at a predetermined treatment, seasonal agricultural workers, residents of the UK who travel abroad at least once a week to work.
In the UK, according to data of the Ministry of health of the country, COVID-19 was confirmed in 286 thousand people, 40.5 thousand were dead. Only in the world of coronavirus infected of 7.03 million people, of which 403,11 thousand died, 3,14 million recovered.
Flash coronavirus infection COVID-19 began in late 2019 in China. March 11, 2020, the world health organization declared the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.