London, 23 March (EFE). – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday that in the next two weeks he would clarify his plan for a ban on foreign travel for non-essential reasons, which now remains for all residents in the United States. rule.
“We have already heard that there are other European countries in which the disease is spreading (Kovid-19), so things are definitely difficult at the moment,” the head of government warned at a press conference, before April 5. The expansion has provided greater clarity on its roadmap in the region.
A few days after that date, the executive is also expected to publish the findings of a group of experts on the potential impact of international travel on the importation of variants of coronovirus and its ultimate impact on the efficacy of vaccines.
The ban in force in any case against the establishment of an epidemic in England, that there would be a ban until at least 17 May, leaving the United Kingdom for tourism or other non-essential reasons.
The government plans to pay a fine of 5,000 pounds (5,800 euros) from next Monday to all those who try to waive that rule.
British media have revealed that the government considers the possibility of establishing a system for classifying countries as “red”, “yellow” or “green”, based on their level of contagion, their vaccination programs Development and detection of viruses is done on the basis of.
These labels can serve to take more or less strict steps on international connections between these countries and the British Isles. EFE
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