(AGENPARL) – ENGLAND, sab 26 settembre 2020
Published 3 June 2020
Last updated 25 September 2020
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25 September 2020
Updated to reflect the self-isolation requirements for international travellers arriving into the UK. The changes exempt travellers arriving from countries on the travel corridors list. The updates also clarify how many days travellers should self-isolate for and from which day the self-isolation period starts (that is, the day after they leave the non-exempt country).
15 September 2020
Added example of exceptional circumstance which may permit you to leave your place of self-isolation: if you have a health condition or a disability that would be seriously exacerbated if you were not able to leave your accommodation (and its outdoor areas) where you are self-isolating to take exercise.
26 August 2020
Clarifies the exceptional circumstances in which a non-exempt international arrival could leave their home while self-isolating.
17 August 2020
Added link to guidance ‘Self-isolating after returning to the UK: your employment rights’.
31 July 2020
Changed to reflect who is allowed to visit you while you self-isolate. Also changed to reflect that the self-isolation period for people with symptoms of coronavirus has changed from 7 days to 10 days.
6 July 2020
Changes have been made to make clear who now needs to self-isolate when travelling to the UK. Links to an exempt countries list have also been added.
11 June 2020
Removed references to on or after 8 June, as that date has now passed. Clarified that separate guidance should be followed if you’re self-isolating in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
9 June 2020
Added links to the public health passenger locator form in the ‘Exemptions’ section.
3 June 2020