Travel from the United Arab Emirates, Burundi and Rwanda to the United Kingdom is banned as the government takes further steps to prevent the spread of COVID, which was first discovered in South Africa.
From 1:00 pm on Friday, non-UK or Irish passengers who have passed or passed through these countries in the last 10 days will not be granted access to the UK.
British and Irish, or UK-residents can continue to enter the country, but must be quarantined at home for 10 days.
If the COVID test is negative, there is no option to reduce the quarantine period.
Direct passenger flights from the United Arab Emirates are also prohibited.
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