British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced, Wednesday, that Britons returning from countries infected with the new Coronavirus will be forced to quarantine in specific hotels.
In addition to British citizens, the above regulation also applies to foreigners who live in Britain as a lifestyle.
The British Prime Minister indicated that the government recently banned entry to 22 countries (South American and South African countries, respectively, Portugal) where the new known variants of the Coronavirus pose a risk of infection.
Boris Johnson stressed that those returning from these areas cannot be denied entry under British law, that is
British citizens and foreigners residing in Britain are required to spend ten days of mandatory quarantine in hotels designated for the government.
According to the National Bureau of Statistics (ONS), unlike those infected with the original coronavirus,
People with a fundamentally new variant have much more symptoms.
In addition, while loss of the sense of smell and taste was the main symptom among those infected with the previous version of the virus, this does not happen with the new variant, but
Many reported a cough, sore throat, fatigue, muscle aches, and fever.
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