Sweden and Germany removed from England's travel corridors
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain said on Thursday it was removing Germany and Sweden from its list of countries where travellers would not have to quarantine on arrival in England. 'From 4 a.m.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain said on Thursday it was removing Germany and Sweden from its list of countries where travellers would not have to quarantine on arrival in England.
"From 4 a.m. Saturday 7th November, if you arrive into the UK from these destinations you will need to self-isolate," transport minister Grant Shapps said on Twitter.
He added no countries were being added to the list of travel corridors. England entered a second countrywide lockdown on Thursday meaning people must stay at home, barring a limited number of exceptions.
(Reporting by Michael Holden. Editing by Andrew MacAskill)
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