- The new covid-19 test rule for the arrivals of the United Kingdom have been pushed back to Monday
- The new rules were due to come into force from Friday, have now been postponed to Monday
The Pre-departure corona virus test is now going to eb required for traveller, who is travelling to the United Kingdom from Monday, and the new rules, that had been due to come into force on Friday, will now be coming into force from Monday, as the government of the United Kingdom has said that, the people need some time to prepare themselves.
The travellers, who will be arriving in the United Kingdom by plane, boat or tarin, which is also including the citizens of the United Kingdom, will have to mandatorily take a corona virus test between 72 hours before leaving the country, which they are living, and those who are arriving in the country from the places, are not listed on the travel corridor list of the United Kingdom must have to self-quarantine themselves for 10 days.
Mr. Shapps said that, for giving the time for the international arrivals for preparing themselves, along with the all the needs of the passengers and also the documents, which are going to be required for provide the proof of a negative corona virus test result before leaving or departure from the respective countries to the United Kingdom from Monday 18th January 2021 after 4 am.