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British Prime Minister: All passengers arriving in the UK will need to be quarantined from the 18th.

British Prime Minister: All passengers arriving in the UK will need to be quarantined from the 18th.

January 15th local time, British Prime Minister Johnson said at a government press conference that in order to deal with the current epidemic, all passengers arriving in the UK need to be quarantined for 10 days from the 18th.

Passengers can choose to undergo a new coronavirus test on the fifth day after arrival.

If the result is negative, the quarantine time will be reduced. Interval.

This measure will be implemented for one month, and one month later the government will decide whether to continue it.

Previously, in order to strengthen the prevention and control of the novel coronavirus epidemic, the United Kingdom required most tourists from most countries to self-quarantine for 14 days after entering England.

In early July last year, the United Kingdom released a list of “travel corridors”, which no longer needs to self-quarantine after entering England by tourists from some countries and regions with moderate epidemics.

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