Britain’s plan to exempt France from 14-day travel quarantine must be applied to EVERY EU member state, the European Commission warns

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The authorities will conduct spot checks, with punishments of up to £1,000 fines and deportation for those breaching quarantine.The plans mean that any UK traveller wanting to go on a fortnight’s holiday to countries other than France will have be away from their place of work for four weeks as they will need to quarantine for two weeks on their return to Britain.  The only exemptions for other countries and territories fall within the common travel area – Ireland, Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man.There will be other exemptions made for key freight arrivals such as medical supplies and food. People for whom exemptions will be made are expected to include doctors, scientists and law enforcement officers.



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