Tourist activities in the United Kingdom and France is set to resume with no Coronavirus quarantine Measures.
According to the report, The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson and French President, Emmanuel Macron have stressed the need for close bilateral, European and international cooperation in the fight against Covid-19.
Even though there’s been so many warning by the global health authorities — The World Health Organisation and other stakeholders — about, the early relaxing of the lockdown, this two countries has maintained the position that no quarantine measures would apply to travellers coming from France to the UK at this stage; any measures on either side would be taken in a concerted and reciprocal manner.
The two leaders, however, spoke about the need to manage and control the risk of new transmissions which may arise from travellers coming into the country, as rate of coronavirus decreases domestically. In this regard, Both Leaders — the British Prime Minister and the French President — have agreed to work unison in taking appropriate border measures against the spread of this pandemic. “This cooperation is particularly necessary for the management of our common border. A working group between the two governments will be set up to ensure this consultation throughout the coming weeks” the statement read.