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United Kingdom has no official travels bans in place, however the recommendation is to avoid all non-essential travel.
Officially it is possible to travel to the UK, yet many of the airports remain closed and there are various restrictions in place (see below).
Anyone arriving into to the United Kingdom will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days, and provide contact information for your quarantine location and stay.
You may be fined £100 if you refuse to provide your contact details, £1,000 if you refuse to self-isolate in England and Wales, and could face further action.
This does not apply for arrivals from Ireland.
Anyone entering the UK will be required to fill in an online form providing journey and contact details.
Public transportation in the UK is operating in reduced capacity and under social distancing measures.
Restaurants and bars are closed for dine-in, but open for delivery.
The following businesses and attractions in the UK are now open:
Pubs and cinemas remain closed, as well as indoor attractions
Wearing face masks is recommended in public places, and required on public transportation.
Last update: today
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