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Brits stuck abroad as travel bans come into force: All flights from Portugal and South America are cancelled after travellers race to beat 4am deadline - as fears grow over mutant Covid strain
Britons were stuck in Portugal today after all flights were cancelled amid growing concerns about a mutant coronavirus strain which has emerged in Brazil. Travellers from the country were banned from entering the UK along with all those from South America, with Portugal included due to its strong travel links with Brazil. The ban, which also covers the Central American state of Panama and the former Portuguese colony of Cape Verde, came into force at 4am this morning. All flights to and from the countries on
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Brazilians intent on reaching Britain have said the new travel restrictions banning all arrivals from South America and Portugal won't stop them making it to the UK. It comes as Britons have been left stuck abroad after all flights were cancelled amid growing concerns about a mutant coronavirus strain which has emerged in Brazil. The ban, which also covers the Central American state of Panama and the former Portuguese colony of Cape Verde, came into force at 4am this morning. All flights to and from the countries
An exterior view of Terminal 5 at Heathrow Airport (Photo: AirlineGeeks | James Dinsdale) The U.K. government has announced a new travel ban in response to a new variant of COVID-19. The new travel restrictions bar entry to the U.K. for passengers arriving from 16 countries, including many in South and Central America and Portugal from Friday 15 January at 4 a.m. The measures follow the discovery of a new coronavirus variant in Brazil that is likely to have spread into nearby countries with strong travel links.
The travel ban, which was announced on Thursday (January 14) and came into effect on Friday, and banned arrivals from several South American countries as well as Portugal, due to the emergence of a new strain of COVID-19 in Brazil. The ban will not prevent UK or Irish nationals from returning to the UK from those countries, or workers transporting essential goods from Portugal.
Portugal has been grouped in with the South America travel ban for its "strong travel links" with Brazil Should I book a holiday for spring? What is the GHIC, and how does it differ to the EHIC? How travel to Europe will change after Brexit New UK testing entry rules: everything you need to know Sign up to the Telegraph Travel newsletter A travel ban on 16 countries, covering the whole of South America and Portugal, came into force at 4am this morning, amid concerns over the new Brazilian variant of Covid-19.
UK bans travellers from South America, Portugal amid new Covid strain fears The United Kingdom is banning travel from the whole of South America and Portugal amid concerns over a new variant of the coronavirus in Brazil, authorities announced on Thursday.British Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said that...
T he UK’s travel corridors will be suspended from 4am on Monday, Boris Johnson has announced. The move means that international travellers arriving in the UK will have to provide proof of a negative Covid-19 test within 72 hours of departure. They will also have to isolate for 10 days, unless they they take another test which will allow that period to be shortened to five days if the result is negative. The Prime Minister announced what is a significant ramping up of border controls at a Downing Street
Entry into the UK from anywhere in the world will be tightened from 4am on Monday after Boris Johnson announced all travel corridors will be scrapped. The Prime Minister said he was "temporarily" closing all remaining travel corridors in a bid to reduce the chances of new coronavirus variants being spread to the UK. It means anyone travelling into the UK from 4am on Monday will have to provide proof of a negative coronavirus test taken within the previous 72 hours without exemption. Fines will be applied to
Flights from Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Cape Verde, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uraguay, and Venezuela are banned Travellers from across South America have been banned from entering the UK amid growing concerns about a mutant coronavirus strain which has emerged in Brazil. The ban which, also covers Portugal (due to its strong travel links with Brazil), the Central American state of Panama, and the former Portuguese colony of Cape Verde, came into force
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Arrivals from overa dozen countries, including Argentina, Chile and Peru, will be halted The United Kingdom is banning travel from the whole of South America and Portugal amid concerns over a new variant of the coronavirus in Brazil. London: The United Kingdom is banning travel from the whole of South America and Portugal amid concerns over a new variant of the coronavirus in Brazil, authorities announced. British Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said that as of 4 a.m. Friday, arrivals from more than a dozen
All passengers must have a negative virus test and transfer immediately quarantine upon arrival. (AP file) Britain is tightening border controls to block new variants of Covid-19, suspending all “travel corridor” arrangements that had meant arrivals from some countries did not require quarantine. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is grappling to control a third wave of the virus and prevent the health service from collapse while also racing to vaccinate millions each week. “What we don’t want to see is all