The Irish government is set to announce an increase to the self-isolation period for British travellers, going up from five days to 10. Under current rules, people arriving in Ireland from Britain must provide a negative PCR test result and
Auckland will move out of lockdown and drop to level 2 from Sunday. The rest of the country will move to level one. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced the alert-level changes after five days of zero cases of community transmission.
Drivers transporting essentials will be able to work for longer than EU rules would usually allow, the government has said. The relaxation is in response to “pressures on local and national supply chains” and applies to drivers in Britain who
The toughest COVID-19 restrictions imposed before England’s second lockdown were not strong enough, the health secretary has told MPs. Matt Hancock said the beefed-up coronavirus tiers unveiled by Boris Johnson are “better-calibrated” than what was in place before the shutdown.