Fri, 03 Jul 2020 12:50 - Updated Fri, 03 Jul 2020 12:48
England puts United States on 'red-list', will quarantine arrivals
LONDON (Reuters) - Passengers arriving into England from the United States will not be exempted from quarantine rules, Britain’s transport minister Grant Shapps said on Friday.
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Asked whether the United States would be on a ‘red-list’ of countries to which a 14-day quarantine period will apply, Shapps said: “I’m afraid it will be.”
“The U.S. from a very early stage banned flights from the UK and from Europe so there isn’t a reciprocal arrangement in place,” he told the BBC.
England is relaxing its quarantine rules for around 50 other countries.
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