New public health measures for UK arrivals at the UK border

New public health measures for UK arrivals at the UK border

New measures at the UK border to guard against a second wave of Coronavirus infections were announced by the Home Secretary on Friday 22 May.

These measures are due to come into effect on 8 June 2020. They include 14 days self-isolation for anyone entering the UK, bar a list of exemptions including:

– road haulage and freight workers, to ensure the supply of goods is not impacted;

– medical professionals who are travelling to help with the fight against Coronavirus;

– anyone moving from within the Common Travel Area, covering Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man;

– seasonal agricultural workers who will self-isolate on the property where they are working.

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