All journey corridors will shut from Monday, which means everybody arriving within the UK
The tighter border restrictions introduced by Boris Johnson are geared toward defending the progress made with the rollout of vaccines within the face of recent coronavirus variants being discovered world wide.
It had already been introduced that everybody travelling to the UK from Monday might want to have proof of a damaging COVID-19 check.
Now individuals may also have to instantly quarantine on arrival for 10 days, until they’ve a damaging check after 5 days.
This shall be backed by extra spot checks to make sure individuals are remaining in self-isolation.
The brand new regime shall be in place till not less than 15 February whereas additional work takes place on learn how to handle the menace posed by mutations of the virus.
The federal government has additionally mentioned it would proceed to take motion in international locations the place new strains are formally recognized with flight bans.
Mr Johnson instructed the Downing Road information briefing: “It is exactly as a result of we’ve got the hope of that vaccine and the danger of recent strains coming from abroad that we should take extra steps now to cease these strains from getting into the nation.
“Yesterday we introduced that we’re banning flights from South America and Portugal and to guard us towards the danger from as-yet-unidentified strains we may also briefly shut all journey corridors from 4am on Monday.
“Following conversations with the devolved administrations we’ll act collectively so this is applicable throughout the entire of the UK.”