Travel industry fury as Boris Johnson announces new isolation rules but doesn't ...

Travel industry fury as Boris Johnson announces new isolation rules but doesn't ...
Travel industry fury as Boris Johnson announces new isolation rules but doesn't ...
Travel industry fury as Boris Johnson announces new isolation rules but doesn't say WHEN they will start sparking mass confusion New travel rules announced at a special Covid briefing on Saturday afternoon  Anyone arriving to the UK must now take a PCR test by the end of second day But industry leaders demanding clarification on when rules come into force 

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The travel industry is in disarray tonight over the announcement of new travel restrictions following the discovery of the super-mutant Omicron Covid strain in Britain. 

The new rules were revealed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson during a Downing Street press conference this afternoon, where he appeared alongside Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty and Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Patrick Vallance.     

Anyone who travels to the UK must now take a PCR test by the end of their second day after arrival, and remain in self-isolation until they have a negative result. 

It is not yet clear when the rules will come into place as industry insiders demand further clarification. 

Travel expert Paul Charles, CEO of the PC Agency, told Mail Online: 'This is terrible, terrible news for the industry. 

The new rules were revealed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson during a Downing Street press conference this afternoon, where he appeared alongside Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty and Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Patrick Vallance

The new rules were revealed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson during a Downing Street press conference this afternoon, where he appeared alongside Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty and Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Patrick Vallance

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