UK tightens entry rules


Due to the situation with the coronavirus, Britain is tightening the rules of entry, said British Health Minister Matt Hancock. Starting Monday, February 15, all those arriving in the country will have to be tested twice for COVID-19 - on the second and eighth day, writes The Guardian newspaper.

The tests will be available to order online at a special portal which will go live on Thursday, February 11. If the result is positive, they will have to stay in quarantine for an additional ten days. There is now a ten-day quarantine for those entering the country. In this case, people arriving from countries with a high risk of infection by coronavirus have been required to stay under quarantine in hotels since February 15.


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