Travel corridors to close from Monday, Johnson announces. “To protect us from the risk of as-yet unidentified strains, all travel corridors will temporary close from 4am on Monday,” he says.
This will apply across the whole of the UK, he says.
Anyone coming into the country must have proof of a negative test taken within 72 hours before leaving, a filled in passenger locator form and the airline will ask for both before take off, he says.
You may also be checked on landing and face fines for refusing to comply, he says.
Upon arrival you must quarantine for 10 days, not leaving for any reason, and take another test on day five and wait for proof of another negative result, he says.
Enforcement will be upped in-country and at the border, he says.
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