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Queen’s granddaughter will not self-isolate after ski trip to northern Italy

by LLB Reporter
27th Feb 20 12:07 pm

Zara Tindall the Queen’s granddaughter has returned from a trip to coronavirus hit area of northern Italy with her husband Mike Tindall.

Ex England rugby player Mike Tindall and Zara returned from a ski trip last week in the Bormio, Lombardy region of Italy, and will not self-isolate because they are showing no signs or symptoms.

Bormio is one of the 10 towns that are under lockdown and the British Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) has advised all travellers coming back to the UK from the region to self-Isolate.

A spokeswoman for the couple said they are following official government and health advice, but because they do not have any symptom’s they will not self-isolate.

However, on Tuesday Professor Chris Witty, the UK’s chief medical officer published new advice, to anyone who has travelled from northern Italy back to the UK must self-isolate, even if you do feel well.

Travellers who have come back to the UK who have travelled north of Pisa, Rimini and Florence and do show signs of coronavirus must also self-isolate.

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