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the Majority of people in the UK from overseas.
But there are still questions on how a quarantine is enforced, and why it was implemented now.1. Why don't people have a say to where you live?
to be completed under the new rules, the majority of travellers in the United Kingdom by land, air or sea, must be an online form, in the 48 Hours prior to arrival, stating where you have to stay in the UK while you isolate yourself, and how you can be contacted.
you could be fined £100 for not filling out the form, while there is a fine of up to £1,000 in England for those found to be not compliance with self-isolation rules.
says The Home Office , that if someone comes without a place to stay, then they have an overnight stay at their own cost, in a list with hotels available through its reservations system.
A reason why people can store More Than One address in the case that you need to stay in a hotel, before you are obliged to your final destination, or are required by law, the addresses change, it adds, for example, due to a court order.2. Is the policy enforceable?
instructions for border officials, seen by The Bbc , that unless The Port of entry is particularly quiet, it is probably samples only "are used" to see if the passengers after the completion of the forms.
The manual says to check that border staff have a rule, no possibility, if the addresses are real. Advise you to accept The Information , unless other factors indicate, are concerns of "credibility" - for example, "stating that her name is Mickey Mouse or that your address is Buckingham Palace ".
Public Health England (PHE) says that 20% of those who are required to self-isolate, via a phone call and text message.
If you have reason to believe that someone is not complying with, then your details can, ultimately, be handed over to the police, which is the enforcement of the measures as a Last Resort . However, the Home Office is not telling the police a right to enter an apartment on the basis of this offense.
What's more, there are several reasons why someone may not be supplied to an address to buy, for example, if you need to, indispensable, and don't have anyone to do this for you.3. Supported by science?
Home Secretary Priti Patel says the decision to bring in a travel quarantine system is now "guided by science", as a UK-transfer (or of the spread of The Virus ) is low enough for imported cases may be a "devastating second wave".
Professor John Aston, Home Office chief scientific adviser, says the "scientific Council, So Far , it is clear that" the impact would have been the policy of "negligible", while the transfer rates were higher.
However, some respondents have to bring the decision in the quarantine measures now in a higher transmission rate, if the United Kingdom than in many other countries.
Conservative MP Sir Liam Fox said in The House of Commons last week: "If such a barrier was necessary, why was it not introduced earlier in the outbreak, and if it's an emergency measure against a so-called second wave, why do you apply the rate to countries with a lower infection than we already have?"Home Secretary Priti Patel said the measures could help prevent a "devastating" second wave
Mark Woolhouse, professor of infectious diseases epidemiology at the University of Edinburgh, suggests the survey in the policy "would have a certain effect" in the context of the "containment phase" of The Virus , the response comes back in February. But he argues that it is now "no measurable impact on Public Health in General".
at The End of February and beginning of March to advise the government, from the affected areas, such as Wuhan in China and parts of Italy, isolate yourself when you arrive in the UK, but this policy was passengers cleared at 13. March.
Sir Patrick Vallance , the government's chief scientific adviser, said the government coronavirus Press Conference that "actions such as these are most effective when The Number of cases is very low, and applied to countries with higher prices".4. Why is it vary from place to place?
There was some confusion about whether this trip quarantine rules apply to the whole of the United Kingdom, because the border security is a Central measure, while health - i.e. England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have their own rules.
Finally, the measure brought in as part of the Public Health Act, so that, if the British government decided that the imposition of quarantine rules on 3. June, they were only for England.
But, all Nations house, now made it a requirement for travelers from abroad in the quarantine of 14 days from the date of entry in the United Kingdom.
the biggest difference is The fines issued for breaking The Rules . In Scotland, if someone fails to isolate yourself for 14 days at a fixed address, you fined £480, while in England, Wales and Northern Ireland it is £1,000.
In England, an individual, is a locator with a monetary penalty of € 100 for not filling out The Contact form correctly. In the rest of the UK, the monetary penalty of£ 60, dropping to £30 if paid promptly.5. What are the plans for "air-bridges"?
It was a great discussion about the so-called "air-bridges", which allows it to enter visitors from countries with low coronavirus transmission rates of the UK, without isolating yourself. to open
So Far , Portugal is the only country to open the offer.
"Lift the quarantine", a Lobby group of More Than 500 travel and hospitality companies, says it is private insurance" by senior government sources, that the travel course Will include land, air and sea Borders , in the village at this time has given".
Additional reporting by Oliver Barnes and Nicholas Barrett.