Strict travel restrictions between Scotland and the rest of the UK to prevent the spread of the new version of the virus

Strict travel restrictions between Scotland and the rest of the UK to prevent the spread of the new version of the virus

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Saturday announced a new imprisonment for London and the East and South-East of England. The cause is a new strain of coronovirus that has been discovered. The new version will be much more contagious.

In an effort to prevent this new type of virus from entering the country, a strict travel ban between Scotland and the rest of the UK applies during the holiday season. Nicola Sturgeon said, “If we can avoid this, we cannot afford to enter the country.” Scotland will be under the most stringent restrictions for three weeks from 26 December, he said, in how many homes, and only on Christmas day, are allowed to live.

Wales has also taken action in response to a new version of the virus, with lockdown restrictions taking effect on Saturday midnight instead of the Christmas period.

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