Today, June 8, entered into force new rules of entry to the UK, according to which all entering the country are required when passing the border control to provide the authorities your contact details and information about the place of his stay in the country.

for the first 14 days after the entry of any dwelling, whether a citizen of the UK or any other country, is obliged to stay in isolation at the address he provides at the entrance to the authorities. Thus the authorities want to minimize the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19 in the UK.

Some representatives of British business opposed the new rules of entry, considering that these measures actually undermine inbound tourism in the UK. Yesterday it became known that British Airways is considering the possibility of legal action by the UK government in connection with the new rules.

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