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Quarantine for arrivals to the UK cut to 5 days 


Travellers arriving in the UK from 15 December will have an alternative to two weeks in self isolation: taking a Covid 19 test after five days, and ending quarantine if it proves negative.
The announcement from the transport secretary, Grant Shapps, has been welcomed across the UK travel industry.
To take advantage of what is called the “test to release for international travel” strategy, passengers arriving by air, sea or rail are asked to book a test before they depart for the UK from a government approved list.
Arrivals will also be expected to complete a passenger locator before arrival, and must travel straight to their place of self isolation.



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