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Entry into England requires a negative coronavirus test certificate, which will be implemented from the 18th.

Entry into England requires a negative coronavirus test certificate, which will be implemented from the 18th.

Reuters

January 13th According to a report by the British Sky News Network on the 13th, the British government announced that passengers entering England from 4 o’clock on the 18th will need to carry a negative coronavirus test certificate, which was previously planned to be implemented from the 15th.

Passengers entering England by plane, boat and train are required to hold a 72-hour coronavirus test certificate and be self-quarantined for 10 days after arrival, as required by the new measures.

The measure also applies to returning British people, but does not include passengers entering England from other parts of the United Kingdom and Ireland.

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