Coronavirus: Thousands return to UK to beat France quarantine

Thousands of British holidaymakers have made a last-minute dash to get home before a 14-day quarantine requirement came into force for people arriving from France.
The isolation measure also applies to the Netherlands, Monaco, Malta, Turks and Caicos, and Aruba, amid concerns about a rising numbers of Covid cases.
Eurotunnel trains sold out and air fares were up to six times more than normal, but ferries increased capacity.
France warned of “reciprocal measures”.
The Netherlands advised against all but essential travel to the UK once the restrictions came into force on Saturday, but it said it will not introduce reciprocal measures.

Thousands of British holidaymakers have made a last-minute dash to get home before a 14-day quarantine requirement came into force for people arriving from France.
The isolation measure also applies to the Netherlands, Monaco, Malta, Turks and Caicos, and Aruba, amid concerns about a rising numbers of Covid cases.
Eurotunnel trains sold out and air fares were up to six times more than normal, but ferries increased capacity.
France warned of “reciprocal measures”.
The Netherlands advised against all but essential travel to the UK once the restrictions came into force on Saturday, but it said it will not introduce reciprocal measures.

Thousands of British holidaymakers have made a last-minute dash to get home before a 14-day quarantine requirement came into force for people arriving from France.
The isolation measure also applies to the Netherlands, Monaco, Malta, Turks and Caicos, and Aruba, amid concerns about a rising numbers of Covid cases.
Eurotunnel trains sold out and air fares were up to six times more than normal, but ferries increased capacity.
France warned of “reciprocal measures”.
The Netherlands advised against all but essential travel to the UK once the restrictions came into force on Saturday, but it said it will not introduce reciprocal measures.

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