Lots of PCR, a little mask, and big inconsistencies in London
The informant from Spain must comply with the demands of the United Kingdom and also those of UEFA, which are complementary and possibly repetitive.
London has a very strict sanitary protocol but obvious contradictions that allow one to suspect that there is a large company behind the tragedy. To cover today’s match between Italy and Austria at Wembley, the Spanish informant must meet the demands of the United Kingdom and also those of UEFA, complementary and possibly recurring.
Since Spain is on the list of Boris Johnson government’s amber countries, there are four obligations to move there: give a negative in the PCR test taken in the 72 hours before the flight, fill out a cumbersome online form, leave booked and paid (about 260 euros with commissions) From the country of origin two further project completion reports for the second and eighth days of stay in the UK and the ten-day quarantine service.
Although London does not accept the EU’s Covid passport, much of the restrictions are due to the commendation in favor of citizens, with quarantines and tests almost overlapping with time. But it is funny and indignant that at the same time people walk without a mask on the streets and bars are crowded inside, without any protection and not the slightest safety distance.
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