COVID CRISIS : Priti Patel unveils new UK quarantine travel rules as death toll hits 39,548

PRITI Patel announced the government’s plan for isolation this afternoon, with new restrictions for travelers arriving in the UK revealed.

At the time, Britishers was given the new hope that Pubs could reopen completely by the end of the month under the Government’s new plans.

Yesterday it was revealed that car growers are hoping to deliver 250million barrels to our registers the following night, when homeowners take the first cups from June 15.

However, England\’s Lockdown entry rules will now be reviewed every 28 days – meaning Brits will have to wait an extra week for any changes to the restrictions.

The latest number of Cronavirus deaths in the UK jumped to 39,548 on Wednesday after 179 people were recorded in the last 24 hours.

Priti Patel has set out a set of rules for solo travelers that will force everyone coming to the UK to stay home for 14 days.

The Home Secretary said the measures would be “temporary” and “temporary”, as he warned that the UK was now at high risk of coronavirus cases coming from abroad.

He said: “The bottom line is to protect people’s health and keep the UK safe.

“These methods are scientifically and socially supported, and it is important to save people’s lives.

“Let’s not lose track of our progress.”

PRITI PATEL DEFENDS VIRUS CHECKS ON ARRIVALS

The Home Secretary defends Government’s way of looking at new arrivals in the country to get a coronavirus.

Priti Patel said that screening all passengers at airports in the UK when the infection rate is too high will have a negative impact on the number of cases in the country.

He also added that Covid-19 brand checks were delivered to passengers from Wuhan on January 22, all over China on January 25, Japan on February 8 and Iran on February 25.

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