Reserve Team Regular
- Dec 7, 2019
Penelope.Am I missing something. Does not the self-quarantine for air travellers only apply to England. Scotland and Wales are doing their own thing regarding lockdown and should they chose not to make isolation mandatory (which for the politically astute Nicola Sturgeon is very likely) cannot air passengers land at Scottish and Welsh airports then cross the border without any checks?
Of course you can travel internally after you land as long as you self isolate for 14 days at the address you've given Border Force Officers and its essential travel.
It's not till June 8 , perhaps you may have read up about it by then and anyone else flying out check the self isolation at wherever your going to.
''You must not leave the place you’re staying for 14 days.''.
Here you go , have a read =https://www.gov.uk/uk-border-control
I'm sure things will change by then (8th), not necesarilly for the better of the traveller.
Obviously internal domestic travel restrictions / exemptions are changing daily.