Dutch government bans UK air travel due to fear of new coronavirus strain

New Virus Strain • Dutch Government Bans UK Air Travel

New Virus Strain • Dutch Government Bans UK Air Travel

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Earlier this morning, the Dutch government was forced to establish new measures to prevent the possible spread of a new, potentially more infectious strain of COVID-19. Air travel from UK has been banned until the new year, on 1 January.

Before 2020 can end, the coronavirus begins to mutate, and variations are uncovered in UK. This has caused the Dutch government to put a ban on air travel from UK until the 1st of the year. The air travel restrictions have been put in place since 6am today, 20 December, 2020.

Due to recent, new lockdown measures in parts of UK brought on by this new strain of coronavirus, it seemed necessary for the Dutch government to restrict air travel. Over the corse of the follow days, the cabinet will analyze these new developments, and will possibly look to restrict imports if the numbers aren’t stabilized.

Earlier this morning, the Dutch government placed a ban on air travel from the UK. This new measure was triggered due to fears over the possible spread of a new strain of coronavirus, and will be in place until 1 January.

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