The British government plans to introduce a 14-day quarantine for anyone coming into the country from abroad, except Ireland. It is reported by BBC, referring to the statements of British Airways.
It is expected that the new limit will come into force at the end of this month.
As reported by BBC sources in the government and aviation, quarantine may indicate that arrivals will have to be isolated, saying the address at the border.
It is not clear how long there will be new restrictions on travel and whether arrivals of non-British citizens, to remain in isolation in private rented housing.
British carriers have suggested that a quarantine “will have not only devastating for the aviation industry in the UK, but also for the economy as a whole,” notes the BBC.
On 8 may in the UK confirmed 211 364 cases of infection with coronavirus, 31, 241 people died.
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.
As of morning on may 8 throughout the world, the coronavirus has infected 3 939 119 (+92 thousand per day). Victims COVID-19 274 917 (+5.3 thousand), recovered 1 322 289 (+36.5 thousand).