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Covid-19: New test rule for UK arrivals pushed back to Monday

Covid-19: New test rule for UK arrivals pushed back to Monday
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People arriving by plane, train or boat, including UK nationals, will have to take a test up to 72 hours before leaving the country they are in.

All those arriving from places not on the government s travel corridor list must still self-isolate for 10 days.

Problems with testing availability and capacity mean some countries will initially be exempt.

For instance, the requirement will not apply to travellers from St Lucia, Barbados, Antigua and Barbuda until 04:00 GMT on 21 January.
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