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Malaysia and Brunei removed from quarantine list

by LLB Reporter
11th Aug 20 1:16 pm

The British government has removed Malaysia and Brunei from the mandatory two-week quarantine list, however entry into Brunei is “severely restricted.”

The British Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) website states that foreign nationals entering Malaysia is currently prohibited, unless they hold a visa, residency or employment passes.

On Monday Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that his government will “not hesitate” to reimpose quarantine measures for travellers arriving into England.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has warned last Friday that France could be next on the quarantine list due to soaring coronavirus cases.

Brits have been warned that there is “always the risk of travel disruption to travel plans” particularly as Boris Johnson said, there are “signs of a second wave” in Europe.

All travel from the Bahamas, Andorra and Belgium were added on Thursday evening to the quarantine list. Any person arriving back to the UK from these three countries after 4am on Saturday will have to self-isolate for 14 days.

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