14-day quarantine of migrants from 8th next month in The United Kingdom Corona Virus May 23 6:49
The British government has announced that it will require the quarantine of migrants, including its own citizens, from 8 th to 14 days next month as part of measures to curb the spread of the new coronavirus.
According to the british government’s announcement, people entering the country by air or rail will be required to be quarantined for 14 days from August 8 next month, including their own citizens.
If there is no place in the UK to isolate such as a home, it is said that it will be asked to stay in the facilities designated by the government.
Visitors from Ireland, medical personnel, and those involved in cargo transportation are excluded.
People who are subject to quarantine will be fined 1,000 pounds and japanese yen for violating violations, such as not being in a quarantine declaration location.
Interior Minister Patel said at a press conference on Sunday that “the border will not be closed” and that it is necessary to prevent the spread of the infection again by entering the country from abroad.
On the other hand, there have been questions about why we should take these measures now, and the airline and travel industries, which have already been heavily affected by out-of-office regulations, are strongly opposed.