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Measures to protect England from new COVID-19 strain extended – Freight drivers returning from Denmark included

9 Nov 2020

Freight exemption removed so UK haulage drivers arriving from Denmark are now required to self-isolate on entry to England.

  • exemption for non-UK resident freight drivers removed so those who have travelled from or through Denmark in the last 14 days can no longer enter UK
  • passenger planes and ships travelling directly from Denmark, and accompanied freight, will no longer be able to land or dock at English ports
  • anyone from the UK who arrives in England after 4am 6 November after travelling from or through Denmark in the last 14 days – including HGV drivers after previous exemptions were removed - must self-isolate along with their household

further information:

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/measures-to-protect-england-from-new-covid-19-strain-extended?utm_source=2e9fe976-5559-42e3-ba32-bbf61425147b&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=govuk-notifications&utm_content=daily