COVID-19 Information and Global Service Updates Statement 2nd September 2020

UPDATE AS OF 14.31 (GMT) Wednesday 2nd September.

The list of countries removed from the UK safe list continues to grow with Jamaica, the Czech Republic and Switzerland added. Although Liechtenstien is still on the exempt list, if you have transited through Switzerland or Austria to enter/exit the principality you will be required to quarantine on return to the UK. Anyone traveling or transiting through those countries to the UK will now be required to quarantine for two-weeks.

Travellers to Scotland from Greece will also now be required to self-isolate for 14 days on entry and travellers from the Greek Island of Zante into Wales are also required to observe the same isolation period.

Restrictions on visiting other households have been reintroduced in Glasgow and two neighbouring areas after a rise in coronavirus cases. The new rules affect more than 800,000 people in Glasgow city, West Dunbartonshire and East Renfrewshire, people won't be able to meet other households indoors, but shops, cafes and pubs remain open. The restrictions came into effect from midnight and will last for two weeks, with a review after a week.

Lockdown restrictions in parts of Greater Manchester, Lancashire and West Yorkshire have been eased, however after initial announcements yesterday saying they would be eased, the Bolton and Trafford areas will remain under lockdown conditions.

Children in England begin returning to school today with preventative measure in place.

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