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Failed to declare travel from COVID-19 ‘red list’ country Passengers fined £10,000

Four of the travelers after failing to declare that they traveled in the UK from the red list country were fined £10,000.

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Four of the travelers after failing to declare that they traveled in the UK from the red list country were fined £10,000.

West Midlands Police said that “the travelers flew into a Birmingham Airport without declaring that they had visited one of the nations in the last ten days.”

UK residents, returning to England from 33 countries to quarantine in a Government-approved hotel for ten days, rules were announced on Monday requiring UK and Irish nationals.

The red-listed countries based on infectious rate include South America, southern Africa, Portugal, and the United Arab Emirates.

“By midday yesterday Monday, on the first day of implementation, we have received six passengers who had declared traveling from a red list country, who were taken to the quarantine hotel,” Temporary Assistant Chief Constable Chris Todd told a meeting held by the force’s strategic policing and crime board.

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